On Thu, 22-Jan-2004 at 09:31:11 -0800, Justin Mason wrote:
> >Not quite - a class can have a private constructor the difference is
> >that in a class, members are private by default; in a struct they
> >are public.
>> Can you subclass a struct? I didn't think so.
Yes. In C++ (remember, C++, not C) a "struct" is just another word for a
"class". The only difference is that members of a class declared using the
"struct" keyword are public by default, but if you declare it with the
"class" keyword, they're public.
A struct in C++ is *not* the same thing as a struct in C. That's the
trick to this trick question.
... Ground Water? Do you mean crushed ice?
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