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In C#, static members/methods are referenced with a dot and in C++, they are referenced with a ::
That is called a Scope Resolution Operator

...but those are just syntax differences between the two languages.

Later, you will notice things allocated with gcnew will be decorated a caret ^.

All of this is to allow C++/CLI to operate with (not interfere with) standard C++.

Edited by thines01: clarity

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