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Vaclav_Sal wrote:
That is the way Eclipse builds the class when asked for "namespace".
It means that you can enter the name of your own namespace but not to enter the name of the reserved std namespace.

I don't know Eclipse good enough. But it should be possible to create a class without a namespace (which is creating it in the global namespace).

Regarding the define: It should be only defined once; usually in a header file.

If you want to define it multiple times, it should be guarded:
C++
#ifndef MY_DEBUG
#define MY_DEBUG
#endif

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