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I promote 64-bit a lot because I personally think my 64-bit machine is snappier and more stable. I also have buttloads of RAM which is nice. The first question developer ask me when I'm pushing 64-bit is "Can I still run Visual Studio the same? Can I make apps that run everywhere?" Yes,...
If you have an opaque native structure that you want to pass through managed code, consider using IntPtr, not Byte, in your marshalling signatures. Opaque means that you don't care about the contents of the buffer. For example, if in C#, you pinvoke to get an opaque native structure that you then...