On Thursday 22 January 2004 09:37, Jason Corcoran wrote:
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>> I know this is not totally linux related, but a mate of mine went for a job
> as a Linux developer with a company based in Dublin (trying vainly to bring
> this on topic :).
>> He was asked the difference between a class and a struct. He went into
> detail about inheritance and public and private member variables and
> methods at the end on which he was told that the only difference was that
> the classes constructor is public.
>> Surely there is more of a difference than this. Any Comments?
Only difference is that a struct's default access if public, and a class's is
John Allen, Email: mailto:john.allen at dublinux.net
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