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I have a console exe created using native C++ -- unmanaged without .NET. The code is provided by a third-party company as an example showing how to make use of the C++ wrapper classes driving their API. These wrapper classes do get updated over time. Therefore, I must not touch them.
I want this console exe to interoperate with my C# code – such that I can ask the exe to do things and subscribe to its events. For example:
Telling the console exe to “PickUpCall”; and
Subscribing to an event such as “Ringing” and be notified.
It would be ideal if it is not an exe but a COM object. I thought of doing what the console exe does by creating a COM object and having my C# code consuming it. I did not manage to. The third-party wrapper classes and their dependencies were using Multi-Byte Character Set while COM used Unicode. To make it work, I had to port the wrapper classes to Unicode. This is not an option.
I need a quick solution. One that would take you no more than an hour to ha...
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