Re: [C++]

From: Brian Gray (mandy@NETCOM.COM)
Date: 09/02/97

On Tue, 2 Sep 1997, Bode, Wyatt wrote:

> Is there any real difference in C++ between a 'struct' and a 'class'
> with all public data members (other than the fact that you could have
> member functions)?  Just curious.

The only differences in C++ between a struct and a class are the default
modes of the data members.  structs default to public and classes default
to private, but both can explicitly change that by using <mode>:

Yes, you can even have member functions and constructors/destructors in
structs.  I wouldn't recommend it though.

 -- Brian

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