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Our application develped in C# uses a dll and static library(lib).
The dll is intermediate project for static libraty and C# application.

Client has provided files(library file and a dll) which is required for interacting with their application.
1. In our C++ static library we are using only the library file provided by client by statically linking it.
2. Our C++ wrapper dll references this C++ static library created in step 1.
3. C# application references the wrapper dll created in step 2.

Since the library file is statically linked in our C++ static library, does the dll also need to be linked/referred in our application.
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