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Developing and Implementing Windows®-Based Applications with Visual C#™ .NET and Visual Studio® .NET Exam Cram™ 2 (Exam 70-316) by Priti Kalani, Amit Kalani, Kalani Kirk Hausman

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Using COM Components

Beyond simply including ActiveX components within Windows Forms, you will encounter situations that involve the instantiation and invocation of other types of legacy COM components, including controls and class libraries. During the process of migration to the .NET Framework, it is possible that other developers within an organization might continue producing new COM-based functionality, while vendors might continue to make use of this technology for some time beyond your organization's migration. It is critical to know how to use COM components within your .NET applications.

Runtime Callable Wrappers

The .NET Framework makes use of a Common Language Runtime (CLR), which provides support for managed code, including garbage ...

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