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Seems like I did not explain my problem good enough;

What I need is some way of having a constant value in MC++ as an integer of any size (have several of them, some 16-bit, some 32-bit and some 64-bit), and I need the value to be viewed from C# as constant.

When trying it as a "static const" value, as seen in my question, the compiler does not regard this as a constant value. When searching forums I found out that this is what the compiler should do, becase "static const is not const" or similar quote, and I found the suggestion of having it as a typed enumeration (i.e. public enum class NAME : TYPE), just as seen in my question.

The downside on doing this is that an enum is not implicitly casted to an integer, and then I have to write:
int i = (int) myEnum.value;
with the explicit type cast each time. This is the same both with and without the enum being derived from an integer, I have tried both.

What I am hoping is that I am not the only one who have tried this, and that someone out there has found a way of doing this, but since I have googled this it does not seem like this, so that is why I asked here.

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