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How do you set up the Visual Studio to code in C++ as a managed(.NET) program versus a non-managed program?
What do you select in making a new project for a Managed(.NET) and  NON-Managed project?
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For the managed part, see http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/vstudio/ms235638%28v=vs.100%29.aspx ("Walkthrough: Creating and Using a Managed Assembly (C++)"), the gist is

On the File menu, point to New and then click Project.

In the Project types pane, under Visual C++, select CLR.

For an unamanaged Project, select either "Win32" or "Win64" or any other unmanaged project type like "MFC" or "ATL" (the latter will depend on what features you have installed)
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Thank you jkr
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