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Member variable with the same name in base and derived?

 
 
marcwentink@hotmail.com
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      08-25-2006

Victor Bazarov schreef:

> Not to step on any aching corns or something like that, but are you
> limiting the view of C++ to only one paradigm, the OOP part of it?


Well, I guess yes I am.

> Public data members are fun and useful and have their place in all of
> our activities as long as we don't forget what we're doing and for what.


I will keep it in mind, thanks for all your advice.

 
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