we are using third-party DLLs in order to communicate to hardware.
After a few weeks of work everything worked just fine until I noticed that the test solution still was set to AnyCPU.
For our purposes the data volumes are too large for an x86 solution so I switched the setting … Unfortunately, it turned out that the DLLs are not x64 compatible.
Unfortunately, I have no idea about C++ and would like to know if there are any reasonable examples of how to do this or another method I could try.
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