Stroustrup and the C++ community are right, which proves them wrong.
Posted by kfsone's pittance [HTML][XML][PERM][FULL] on 5 March 2012, 1:29 pm
When Bjarnes Stroustroup designed the C++ class concept, he made the default accessibility “private”, so as to encourage encapsulation and data hiding. That’s as far as he went, immediately violating his own principle. C++ makes it very difficult to provide non-invasive prototypes. That is, if you have a module “foo.cpp” and you want to advertise [...]


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