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How to convert two strings of C type

#define ABCD 0x0FA
#define EFGH "1234 beef"

into two strings of C# type

public static uint ABCD = 0x0FA;
const string EFGH = "1234 beef";

using Python or any other [scripting] language?

Particularly, I would like to convert C/C++ .h or .c files into C# .cs file using scripting language. In other words, I would like to replace a C style 'definitions' with c# style declarations and wrap new strings into c# .cs wrapper

using System;
namespace xxx
class yyy

Thank you very much.
Posted 22-Dec-09 6:46am
Edited 22-Dec-09 9:30am

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Solution 1

Perhaps you need to explain what you mean. Do you mean take a C++ source file and turn it into a C# source file ? In that case, I'd imagine that you'd use regular expressions to generate the new file from the old one.

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