What is a reference in Visual Studio?

What is a reference in Visual Studio?

References are basically just the .NET way of doing what you asked, and is used for C++/CLI. It has nothing to do with static libraries (and references are still used as dynamic libraries). – slugonamission Nov 14 ’11 at 8:33. See Lumi’s answer; the references are used by the project system for native C++ projects. –

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