Need help converting c++ to c#

  • 13 years ago

    Hi Y'all,

    can someone help me convert the next few lines of code from c++ to c#?

    I've given it a try myself but my program keeps crashing when I use my c# code. I think the difficulty lies in converting the different datatypes. Help is greatly appreciated.

    Here's tha code:

    BOOL EXAPI
    SetCallback(
          WORD  wPortNumber,
       BOOL (CALLBACK* lpfnCallbackProc)(WORD, ULONG, INT, LPCALLBACKDATA, LPVOID),
       LPVOID   lpParam,
       BOOL  bDoCoInitialize = FALSE
       );





    BOOL CALLBACK EXPORT CallbackProc(WORD wPortAddress, ULONG ulIPAddress, INT cCommand, LPCALLBACKDATA lpData, LPVOID lpParam)
    {
      return TRUE;
    }


    // Definitions for callback functions
    typedef struct tagBLOCKELEMENT {
     DWORD dwStructSize;    // structure size
     LONG nType;      // data type (see constants below)
     LPVOID lpData;      // pointer to data
    } BLOCKELEMENT, *PBLOCKELEMENT, FAR *LPBLOCKELEMENT;




    typedef struct tagCALLBACKDATA {
     DWORD   dwStructSize;  // structure size
     LONG   nStartNo;   // start number of data block
     LONG   nNumberOfElements;  // number of data elements
     LONG   nBlockMode;   // mode of block operation
     LPBLOCKELEMENT lpDataBlock;  // pointer to data block
    } CALLBACKDATA, *PCALLBACKDATA, FAR *LPCALLBACKDATA;









    Thanks in advance everyone.

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