Debugging Trick

My colleague Kang Su (that’s his first name) came by my office yesterday to borrow a book. You might think a story that starts like this couldn’t possibly lead to anything interesting. This tale is compelling though so hang tight. So the book in question was Debugging Applications for Microsoft .NET and Microsoft Windows (what…

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Interop 101 – Part 2

In my last post, I began my little foray into basic managed/native interop scenarios. The goal is to discuss (in a first step at least) the different ways one can access native code from the managed world. Arguably, the simplest method is the one I used in part 1, which is to use C++/CLI and…

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