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QuestionRunning into issue of managed and unmanaged code Pin
Vijay Rajanna28-Oct-11 7:35
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Hi,

I'm using VC ++ , Visual studio 2010 express edition.

And trying to create simple form application, and a thread and some control classes in my application.

1) But whenever I try to crate a thread class which is derived from "CbaseThread" class, I always get an error .. " Unmanaged class can't derive from a managed Class "

2) If I try to make my thread class as managed, then I can't derived from "CbaseThread", since the class becomes sealed .

3) In one of the control class I need a reference to "FORM1", which is created inside Application.Run (gcnew Form1()).. Even getting this reference is also not possible.

Can anyone please help me..

I can completely manage with "Unmanaged Code.."

How can I have just unmanaged code throughout my application.

If having only unmanaged code is not at all possible, how can i solve above mentioned problem. ie working with both managed and unmanaged code together.

Thanks in advance.

Regards,

Vijay.
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