Writing the C wrapper for C++ dlls

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    Writing the C wrapper for C++ dlls

    Hi all,

    After doing some research, it seems the only way to use unmanaged c++ code in c# is to write a c-wrapper. I've googled for any decent examples/tutorials on exactly how to do this, but all i come up with is some rhetoric on the subject, and no examples

    Would any of you kind souls out there mind giving me an example of how to do this? Something as simple as one little function would suffice. I know it's a lot to ask, but i really would like to know how to do this, since I'm writing a .NET application that will need to preform some pretty intense calculations. Anything you could impart on me would be a huge and much appreciated help.

    Thank you in advance.
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