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T.RATHA KRISHNAN wrote:
How to get rid of this error?


I think this is a subtle one; you have provided a char* in parameter 1 of the constructor, but no such constructor exists. You need to use a String object as the path parameter for the compiler to select the correct constructor. You can find all the gory details here[^] on MSDN.
I must get a clever new signature for 2011.

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QuestionInline processor assembly language in C++/CLI Pin
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QuestionWhat is Difference between Managed C++, C++/CLI and C++.Net Pin
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