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I have a DLL which exports two methods, getSc and releasesSc. The first returns a handle which is a pointer to a class instance. I wish to call the methods on that class instance. Unfortunately that class is not exported as dumpbin proves:

1 0 00001040 ??4CSmartCard@XXXXXDLLNamespace@@QAEAAV01@ABV01@@Z
2 1 00003E40 _getSc@0
3 2 00003E70 _releaseSc@0
4 3 00003E40 getSc
5 4 00003E70 releaseSc

Is there a neat way to call the method on that class instance from C#/.Net?

The only way I can think of is to create an unmanaged DLL which wraps the other DLL. Thus the second DLL would expose functions to call into the class instance.
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