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Questioncan a protectecd class be inherited by derived class Pin
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Ryan Binns26-Jan-05 18:28
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phijophlip wrote:
what is signifance of the above code ?

It indicates that any members of X derived from Y have at least protected visibility. If they're defined as public in the base class they'll be protected in the derived class. I like to remember this little table:
A           B           C           D
public      public      protected   private
protected   protected   protected   private
private     private     private     private
Where:
  • A - is the visibility of the member in the base class
  • B - is the visibility of the member in the derived class with public inheritance
  • C - is the visibility of the member in the derived class with protected inheritance
  • D - is the visibility of the member in the derived class with private inheritance
I hope that's clear enough to understand Smile | :)

Ryan
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