Re: ANSI c++ development in .net

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Tue, 06 Jun 2006 09:54:39 GMT
On 2006-06-06 06:27, Nishanth wrote:

I am sorry if i was not clear in my earlier post.

My understanding is that ANSI c++ is a standard for c++, to which all
the compilers should adhere to. and the c++ code developed by following
these standards should be compatible with different c++ compilers for
different platforms.

My question is
- If we develop the c++ code in .net and compile the same, will the
executable run in any other windows platform without the .net framework
My thinking is no, as the code compiled in .net framework platform and
CLR will come into play.
But is there a way to compile the code in Visual studio .net without it
being converted into CLR and making it platform dependant.

I want to know this as someone suggested that we use the .net ide to

Start a new "Empty Project", add a source-file and you're all set.

Erik WikstrFm
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