Unhandled exception updating material
But if you use C /CLI on a regular basis you’ll quickly become familiar with this at first cryptic stuff. First you should know that in native C you must declare all the members of a type, including the private part.This may seem strange to C# programmers, because in C# the private part is hidden; but for native C , header files are more than a simple description of the interface of the types, they describe their memory structure too, then all the information must be available to the calling code so that it is able to correctly allocate the memory for the instances of the types, otherwise you’ll get memory corruption (believe me you don’t want to live such a situation ;)).The article has been updated on the 19th of June 2016 to integrate 3 fixes: When it comes to software development in a professional environment, heterogeneity is the rule not the exception: you often need to interact with systems developed with other technologies.I’ve been recently faced with such a situation: a team that uses only native C needed to retrieve data using the object-oriented API of another team that develops only in . This is a relatively uncommon scenario (just look at the number of articles on the subject), the standard case being new systems based on the . Net, needing to interact with legacy systems developed in native C .This issue has been fixed in the following implementation.Moreover I’ve used it as an opportunity to greatly enhance the content, especially the description of the C /CLI wrapper implementation, design rationales being now included.
#include "Yahoo APIWrapper.h" using namespace System:: Runtime:: Interop Services; // Marshal class Yahoo APIWrapper Private ; Yahoo APIWrapper:: Yahoo APIWrapper() double Yahoo APIWrapper:: Get Bid(const char* symbol) double Yahoo APIWrapper:: Get Ask(const char* symbol) const char* Yahoo APIWrapper:: Get Capitalization(const char* symbol) const char** Yahoo APIWrapper:: Get Values(const char* symbol, const char* fields) Yahoo APIWrapper::~Yahoo APIWrapper() Well, after all, there is quite a bunch of things to explain.
Because “gcroot” is pure C /CLI stuff that has no sense for native C so your code won’t even compile; moreover, even if it compiled, this would be an ugly leak of the abstraction we’re trying to build.