const string init in the header possible

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    const string init in the header possible

    life are not fair!

    Code:
    // foo.h
    class foo
    {
        static const int pi=314;  // ok 
        static const char* const dora="dora explora.";
    }
    is there a way to declare a string like that in the header?

    I know I can initialize it in the cpp but I think that if I could put all the class's constants in one place the code will be more readable.

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    bummer

    thanks pheres.

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