Why do you need it and how to use it? What does the next entry mean?

IntPtr pin, pout; 

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    This is an integer representing a pointer to anything, i.e. storing the address. In .NET, a special data structure is used, not just int, to ensure compatibility between 32-bit and 64-bit systems. Usually this type is used to work with imported functions that use pointers.

    • Thanks, it turns out I was wrong. - AlexDenisov