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Convert C++ 6.0 to .NET

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I have a small application written in Visual Studio C++ 6 and I'm having problems getting it to convert to .NET.  If I was to send the code to someone, would you be able to try to get it to work?  The original application was a console app and can be compiled via the command line and within VS6 without problems.  I get linking errors when I try to build it in VS .NET.  There is an .obj file that I'm not sure what to do with.  It's needed obviously, but is there any way to upgrade it to work with .NET?  I'm not even sure thats the problem.

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Please show code fragments and error messages.
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Actually since I posted the first message I have found someone who is using the same code.  He actaully made a DLL using the OBJ file and is using it in his app As you can tell my skill level is quite limited, I have no idea what the obj file is used for).  I sent off a message to see if I can get a copy of the DLL.  I don't have access to VS6 so I can't compile it, or at least as far as I know I can't compile it.

Hopefully I have a reply sometime today.  If not, I'll try posting the info you requested.  Honestly, it would be much easier to just send the source though....

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