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By Gordon Hogenson

C++/CLI: The visible C++ Language for .NET introduces Microsoft's extensions to the C++ syntax that let you goal the typical language runtime the most important to the center of the .NET 3.0 platform. In 12 no-fluff chapters, Microsoft insider Gordon Hogenson takes you into the middle of the C++/CLI language and explains either how the language parts paintings and the way Microsoft intends them for use. Compilable code samples illustrate the syntax as easily as attainable, and extra tricky code samples convey how the recent syntax could regularly be used.

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These decay methods of the RadioactiveAtom class will update the atomic number and isotope number of the atom according to the new isotope that the atom decayed to. At this point, in reality, the atom could still be radioactive, and would then possibly decay further. We would have to update the half-life at this point. In the next sections, we will continue to develop this example. The previous sections demonstrated the declaration and use of managed aggregate types, including ref classes, value classes, managed arrays, enum classes, and interface classes.

Many of the new language features that have come along have been reflected in the C++ language, such as templates, runtime type information, and so on; they have enhanced the richness (and complexity) of the language. The features added to C++ by C++/CLI are no different. C++/CLI provides a new set of extensions to the C++ language to support programming concepts such as component-based software development, garbage collection, and interoperability with other languages that run on a common virtual machine, along with other useful features.

But, like any principle, there are times when it must be violated, so this book also contains more extended code examples that are intended to give you a better feeling for how the language is used in more realistic programs and get you thinking about how to solve problems using C++/CLI. In Chapter 1, I introduce some of the basic concepts behind the new language, culminating in a look at the classic “Hello, World” program in C++/CLI. Following that, you’ll get a quick tour of the new language, using an example involving a simulation of radioactive decay to motivate the tour.

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