Which of the following elements can an interface NOT contain?

Which of the following elements can an interface NOT contain?
Constants, Constructors, Static Members or all of them?
mabtahiAsked:
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jkrCommented:
None of the above is ruled out (from a perspective of valid and compilable C++ code), yet neither of them makes sense (except enum constants).
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gregoryyoungCommented:
is this geared towards C# or C++?

The most interesting of these in C# is static methods which are actually supported bythe CLR but there is no language support for them. Beyond that possible exception allare not allowed.
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ThogekCommented:
Why does that sound like a test/homework question?
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jkrCommented:
Err: Why did you choose a comment as an answer that does not even refer to the question?
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gregoryyoungCommented:
umm jkr, I certainly did .. I answerred it for C# it being that this is in the C# TA.

None are allowed in C# but the CLR supports static methods on interfaces.
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jkrCommented:
OK, don't know much about C#, so I misunderstood your comment, sorry. But in that case, we both are correct.
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