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The .Net Native Interface (DotNetNativeInterface) is a native programming interface which allows .Net codes that runs inside a Common Language Runtime Environment to interoperate with applications and libraries written in other programming languages, such as C, C++, assembly, Pascal, Java etc. The .Net Native Interface Library is lightweight and the best native library to work with .Net framework from any programming language. It is designed to provide a way to interact with applications written in anyone of the .Net languages: C#, Visual Basic.Net, Delphi.Net, JScript.Net and others.


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Overview of the .Net Native Interface Library

Provides detailed information for developers who built applications using any programming languages that targets the .Net Framework.

Supported Programming Languages

Provides the list of programming languages that supports .Net Native Interface Library.

.Net Native Interface Library System Requirments

Lists the hardware and software requirements for running the .NET Native Interface Library.

Installing the .Net Native Interface Library

Provides information about installing the .NET Native Interface Library.