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I personally feel that KISS approach is the best way.
The C language #define is THE basic way to implement MN - magic numbers.
Such MN need to be readily identifiable and should stand out.
I have an issue with things like "C++11" or whatever newfangled compiler MS comes up with where MN are covered by layers of convoluted code.
So what if MN can be implemented umpteen different ways.
Mine #define(s)are up front in StdAfx.h file. And if I need   them , I do search for "define" and get the all in one swoop. Try that with global variables.
I really feel that your article is getting attention from "if it is new it must be cool" coders.
Don't worry, be happy...
Cheers Vaclav
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