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Re: protected and private object variables

daemon@ATHENA.MIT.EDU (Mon Oct 16 12:47:36 1995 )

From: brandon@avon.declab.usu.edu
Date: Mon, 16 Oct 1995 10:32:02 -0600
In-reply-to: Your message of "Sun, 15 Oct 95 21:06:54 EDT."
To: coldstuff@pippin.ece.usu.edu

< I'm not sure in what way this functions like the private flag.  "Private" 
< for a method means it is accessible only from methods defined on its own 
< definer.  All variables fit this definition of "private."  A 'protected" 
< variable I would expect to be accessible from methods defined on children of 
< its definer, as are protected methods.

Hsm, true, I seem to have been looking at it from the wrong angle...

<       shared (Eric Weber's suggestion)
<       unshared
<       shared
<       individual

I like 'shared'...

Also, I remember an older name we had for methods 'local' ...