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    Description: I focused on what Managed C++ was, some of its advantages and roles, as well as scenarios in which it excelled. One of those scenarios is the focus of the second article of this series: the ability to mix managed and unmanaged code in the same module . This is an ability that is unique to Managed C++; no other Common Runtime Library (CLR) language possesses this capability. In this article, I...

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