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Can I use * instead of ^ when I write managed code for .NET 1.1 and VC.Net 2003.

like:
System::Net::IPAddress* localAddress_;

does not give me an error as long as I create my class as a __gc class.

System::Net::IPAddress^ localAddress_;

Won't work - though I'd prefer to use the second one with ^ instead of *.
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In C++ 7.0 (2003) you must use * both for managed and unmanaged classes.
In C++ 8.0 (2005) you need to use ^ for managed classes and * for unmanaged classes.

__gc is C++ 7.1 keyword. In C++ 8.0 it is replaced with ref and value keywords, managed instances are allcated with gcnew instead of new.

Summary:
7.1    __gc        *   new
8.0   ref value   ^   gcnew
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