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Old March 12th, 2008, 01:23 PM
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With C# (and java) it's impossible to implement exactly the same C++ "friend class" concept.

 
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Confusion always arises due to the use of 'Friend' in VB which has nothing to do with the meaning of 'friend' in C++.

Protected internal is not a solution since the 'friend' concept in C++ only involves explicitly specified cooperating classes, not every class in the assembly or derivation chain.






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