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led mike12-Jan-07 7:12
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ShermansLagoon wrote:
it is possible to do neat switch-case code with their values.


Yes because IDL is native to C++. You cannot use C++ compiler constants as C# complier constants nor can you use C++ enums as C# enums in a swtich statement. You could use C++/CLI (managed) enums in C# but that does not address your IDL code.

ShermansLagoon wrote:
I hope this give you a more clear way of knowing what I really need


No it doesn't. All you did was restate the same proposed approach you already posted. I want to know the actual project based problem you are facing. There is an alternate design that will solve that problem (whatever it is) that will not require using constants in a switch statement.

ShermansLagoon wrote:
create a compiler for the IDL files that created MC++ code


That would be a code generator not a complier, and it still does not explain what you are attempting to do with it in the C# application. As a wild guess you might need some sort of factory mechanism that would key off of the values defined in the C++/CLI module. The fact that they originate from IDL is irrelevant. It is certainly possible to accomplish this.


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