Re: C/C++ .net forms
- From: "Severian [MVP]" <severian@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 03 May 2005 14:33:41 GMT
On Tue, 3 May 2005 15:15:58 +0100, "Mark Randall" <markyr@xxxxxxxxx>
>"Severian [MVP]" wrote:
>> There is NO SUCH THING as C/C++. Please pick one language or the
>Mix c files with cpp files, VS intermixes them both.
I can mix APL, LSIP, Fortran, Ada, Cobol, Algol, C, Basic, C++, and
assembly language in an application. That does not make them the same
>> If you work with .NET you should chose the abomination known as
>That abomination happens to be pretty sweet, although I only use it with
>pure and MFC.
It's still not C. It's something-like-C++ with a bunch of Microsoft
>> Though I don't know your specific needs or understand your problem
>> extensively, I do know there is no such thingamabob as C.NET.
>First commented stated on how it can be done.
There is no such thing, even in the MS world, as managed C. You can
create managed C++ without classes, but that is still something very
different from the C language.
Phillip Crews aka Severian
Microsoft MVP, Windows SDK
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