Christian Weyer's presentation at IrishDev
C++/CLI: Instantiating Managed Objects

Access Modifiers

The December version of Visual Studio 2005 / C++ now has an internal access modifier instead of using public private. This is different from my previous post. The access modifiers public protected and protected private are still the same as before:

C++ C# VB IL
public public Public public
protected protected Protected family
private private Private private
internal internal Friend assembly
public protected internal protected Protected Friend famorassem
protected private not possible not possible famandassem

public public is no longer supported, too. public is good enough ;-)



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