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Is It possible to use Intel C++ compliler for windows Application project (i.e. GUI Application, consisting Parallellizing concepts)

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I have tried Parallel studio by working under a project of type win32 Console Application... (dot net 2008, Visual c++)

So Is it possible to create and compile successfully a project of type Windows Application(which can include parallelizing concept)..?

so that i can create GUI form (not win32 console application).. which can execute some code parallely???

(I am asking this question Because i tried it but i got some errors while compiling so only i am not sure whether it works for GUI or not)

Thanks in advance..

With regards,
~ RRR
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No, you can not use Intel C++ with a CLR project.

You can create the GUI project with CLR, but create a DLL project in C++ (no attributes) to use Intel C++.

Jennifer

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Employee
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You should be able to compile application that use MFC. Intel C++ compileris strivingto compile application that you can compiler with Microsoft compiler.

It would help if you can share a test case.
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Is it possible to use Intel C++ Compiler for Windows Application (i.e. tat use CLR)... ???
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No, you can not use Intel C++ with a CLR project.

You can create the GUI project with CLR, but create a DLL project in C++ (no attributes) to use Intel C++.

Jennifer

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Can you explain me in few steps (atleast an overview) as to how to do as you said above... Because i am a newbie...
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Employee
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CLR is not supported by Intel C++ compiler.
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Black Belt
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Microsoft provides documentation on how to run C++ unmanaged code (such as ICL generates) from a CLR application. ICL documentation tells you how to make a .dll for such purposes.
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