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Wrapper - A wrapper is an interface that lies around a program or library, e.g. for compability resons, to emulate something or to restrict access.

Example: OGRE is written in C++ and therefore can only be accessed via C++. But there are certain wrappers to enable you to use other programming languages such as Java, C# or Python.

To use C++ libraries with .NET applications an easy way is to wrap the code by C++/CLI(external link). Only the needed functions have to be wrapped. A famous example is Mogre.



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