outside company writing a dll in c/c++, I want to call it from C#

W e have an external company writing a dll in c/c++.  I want to include it in my C# app.   Is there anything they need to configure in the dll so it can be used in C#?  Flags, compile options, etc... ?

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No, once the dll is compiled you can jut include it as per any other dll in your source code, be that C++, visual basic etc.

The only thing that you need to be concerned with is 32 or 64 bit as it may make a difference depending on how the dll is complied by them

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