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Native and Managed C++

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What is native C++?. What is managed C++?. What is the difference between the two?.
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Here's a good explanation of differences:
http://www.codeguru.com/Csharp/.NET/cpp_managed/article.php/c4871
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quite simply:

native is true native code (x86 instructions most likely)
managed generates IL and can only be run in the CLR

there are some other key differences like you cannot use multiple inheritance in managed due to it running in the CLR
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