I am coding managed code these days using C++\CLI for interoperability , I have a question , where i am exploring interior_ptr and pin_ptr concepts are they are useful.
To my understanding interior_ptr are more like Unmanaged pointers in native c++ , where Garbage collector will update the interior pointer value when ever Garbage collector reconstructs the memory.
Question is there any thing similar to this in other .NET languages such as C# and VB.NET. If yes can somebody tell me how it is. If not what could be the reasons that its not supported.
Thanks in Advance.
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