Accessing Microsoft.Win32.UnsafeNativeMethods?

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  1. Cooper

    • 2015/9/9

    For what it's worth I always thought there should have been a kernel32.interop.dll etc with the static methods already DllImport'ed. But I've resorted to creating my own on an as-needed basis. Over the years I've found I rarely use more than a handful of them but it's such a pain in the ass when I need an API that I haven't imported yet.

  2. Cullen

    • 2020/7/12

    Most method definitions in those classes (if not all) are extern declarations with DllImport attributes that refer to functions in the 

  3. Ferrari

    • 2016/3/26

    Microsoft has a very nice Windows API wrapper included in .NET framework. It is stored in Microsoft.Win32.UnsafeNativeMethods, Microsoft.Win32.SafeNativeMethods and Microsoft.Win32.NativeMethods.Unfortunately they aren't accessible because they are declared as private. Is there a way of accessing them easily?

  4. Muhammad

    • 2019/8/18

    Collections; using System.IO; using System.Text; using Microsoft.Win32.SafeHandles; using System.Diagnostics; using NativeMethodsSetLastError = MS.Internal.

  5. Chami

    • 2020/9/13

    The reason could be the security impact of SuppressUnmanagedCodeSecurityAttribute. Check Move P/Invokes to NativeMethods class

  6. Leo

    • 2016/6/9

    UnsafeNativeMethods Class (Microsoft.DirectX) Defines high-performance utility methods for matrix, plane, quaternion, and vector manipulation. This class is a container of classes. See the individual classes for more information. Note: For programming in Microsoft Visual Basic .NET or Microsoft JScript .NET, use the methods of the Microsoft

  7. Castiel

    • 2016/3/24

    NET Framework - referencesource/UnsafeNativeMethods.cs at master Win32;. using Microsoft.Win32.SafeHandles;. using System;. using System.Configuration.

  8. Emery

    • 2021/5/30

    // Eventually, there are no more free (empty) buffers and the event is dropped. internal const int ERROR_NOT_ENOUGH_MEMORY = 0x8; internal const int ERROR_INVALID_DRIVE = 0xF; internal const int ERROR_NO_MORE_FILES = 0x12; internal const int ERROR_NOT_READY = 0x15; internal const int ERROR_BAD_LENGTH = 0x18; internal const int ERROR_SHARING

  9. Stone

    • 2020/7/4

    Most method definitions in those classes (if not all) are extern declarations with DllImport attributes that refer to functions in the Windows API through P/Invoke. In doesn't matter where these declarations reside. You can create your own class named UnsafeNativeMethods or SafeNativeMethods and put declarations referring to the same Windows API functions in there. You'll find the signatures of many Windows API functions for C# on pinvoke.net.

  10. Kaiden

    • 2020/4/28

    Microsoft.Win32.UnsafeNativeMethods is an internal class that cannot be referenced through any direct means. If you try to reference the class, you will get an 

  11. Bruno

    • 2015/10/26

    File: microsoft\win32\unsafenativemethods.cs Project: ndp\clr\src\bcl\mscorlib.csproj (mscorlib) // ==++== // // Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation.

  12. Thanasi

    • 2020/8/16

    Hi, Everyday when a lot of people is accessing to my site i retrieve the following error: Test Web: MESSAGE: Referencia a objeto no 

  13. Paul

    • 2020/12/2

    Most of the functionality contained in these classes is exposed by the .Net framework itself; you should search (or ask here) before making API calls.

    To answer your question, no. The best you can do is to copy them from Reflector or the reference source.

  14. Blake

    • 2017/4/27

    C# (CSharp) Microsoft.Win32 UnsafeNativeMethods.COMSTAT - 2 examples found. These are the top rated real world C# (CSharp) examples of Microsoft.Win32.

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