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Pure C++: Hello, C++/CLI

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Welcome to my first column for MSDN®Magazine. I had actually written a completely different first column-one on the new generic programming support in Visual Studio® 2005. Reviewing it, though, I realized that it left far too many unanswered questions.

Stanley B. Lippman

MSDN Magazine February 2005

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