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From: Dmitry Bely <dbely@m...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Protected methods
Alessandro Baretta <> writes:

> I'm trying to get the semantics of protected methods of C++. I have a
> class with a method that is not meaningful for the outside world, but
> different instances of this class should be able to invoke this method
> on one another.
> I need something like the following pseudocode:
> class a =
> object
>    method protected m = ...
>    method m2 (obj:a) = a # m
> end

Do not private Ocaml methods have in fact "protected" C++ semantics? They
cannot be called directly but can be used in methods of inherited

- Dmitry Bely

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