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Hi

I am new to the Managed C++,I have created a namespace "N" with "Cl" class in that name space.

Now I want to use this "Cl" as a data memeber in an unmanaged C++ class.
The syntax I used in Unmanaged c++ class header is as follows..
class Unmanged
{
public:
Cl *m_Managed;
};

The reported error is..
error C3265: cannot declare a managed 'm_Managed' in an unmanaged 'Unmanaged'

Can anyone please let me a way out for this?

Thanks
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Question by:l_madhavi
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class Unmanged
{
public:
    gcroot<Cl*> m_Managed;
};

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