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Can anyone tell me how to create MC C++ .NET projcet? Is it managed C++ or what is it?
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by:AlexFM
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What Visual Studio version do you have?
In Visual Studio versions 7.0, 7.1 and 8.0, it is possible to create both unmanaged or managed C++ projects.
Unmanaged projects are actually good old C++, like in VC++ 6.0.
Managed projects require .NET Framework, managed C++ provides managed executable like C# or VB .NET, but has different syntax.

When you create new C++ project using VS Application Wizard, you can select managed or unmanaged project type from the list.
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by:Kranarna
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Im using Visual Studio 8.0.
When I select new Project and get to choose type, how do I know if its a managed projects or not, I can't find that info?
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In the Project Types tree, there is Visual C++ item. CLR is managed project. All other (ATL, MFC, Win32...) are unmanaged.
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Ok, thank you very much!
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