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No way, your mc++ declaration says the constans are static. static are not considered as constants. Thats why teh error.

static const int maxFooBars = MAX_FOOBARS;
static const String* FooBarName = FOOBAR_NAME;

So to overcome this, you have to remove taht static. but then you cant use the values without creating the instance. so the alternative is to declare an enum for that insted of a class.

public enum class SMyManagedClass<br />
{<br />
   maxFooBars = MAX_FOOBARS<br />
}


But here inside enum u cant use strings. So for string items u can create a managed class and inside a hash table to host all tthe strings. then an index enum can puul the corresponding string,...

cheers..Milton Kb
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