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Hi guys
In C++/CLI what is the difference between using the concept of IJW (It Just Works) and using pragma directive as following:
#pragma managed(push,off)
UnmanagedFunc(){
…native code …
}
#pragma managed(pop)

Does IJW is enabled automatically (so just need to write our native code) or we need to do something to make it works..??
In other mean, what is the advantage of IJW over using pragma directive or the other way around??
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