C++/CLI Primer : the visual C++ language of .NET by Gordon Hogenson

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The word “native” refers to the unmanaged world, hence I use the terms native types, native compilation, and so on. The term native C++ could be used to refer to the C++ language without the extensions, but since the new language supports both managed and native types, I prefer the term classic C++. fm Page 3 Friday, October 13, 2006 2:11 PM CHAPTER 1 ■ INTRODUCING C++/CLI The /clr Compiler Option If you use Visual C++ 2005, you have to let the compiler know that you are targeting the CLR (and therefore want C++/CLI standard extensions enabled).

Instead of a normal pointer into the native heap, you use a tracking handle to point to objects in the managed heap. A tracking handle is expressed using the caret symbol (^), instead of the asterisk (*). Also, instead of new, the keyword gcnew is used. ” The reason these new pointer-like entities are called tracking handles is that in addition to freeing up unusable objects, the garbage collector also moves objects around in memory in order to organize the heap so that its operations can be carried out more efficiently.

Fm Page 12 Friday, October 13, 2006 2:14 PM 12 CHAPTER 2 ■ A QUICK TOUR OF THE C++/CLI LANGUAGE FEATURES Table 2-1. ) mentioned in the next section. Aggregate Types Aggregate types in C++ include structures, unions, classes, and so on. C++/CLI provides managed aggregate types. The CTS supports several kinds of aggregate types: • ref class and ref struct, a reference type representing an object • value class and value struct, usually a small object representing a value • enum class • interface class, an interface only, with no implementation, inherited by classes and other interfaces • Managed arrays • Parameterized types, which are types that contain at least one unspecified type that may be substituted by a real type when the parameterized type is used Let’s explore these concepts together by developing some code to make a simple model of atoms and radioactive decay.

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