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Object Oriented Programming – Introduction to C++ R.B. Lenin Winter 2006 DA -I I C T 23 SEPARATING INTERFACE FROM IMPLEMENTATION • Easier to modify programs • If functions are defined in the class itself, they all are treated as inline functions by default – no more inline if we separate the interface • C++ programs can be split into Header files – contains class definitions and function prototypes
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Object Oriented Programming – Introduction to C++ R.B. Lenin Winter 2006 DA -I I C T 24 Controlling Access to Members • Purpose of public – Give clients a view of the services the class provides (interface) • Purpose of private – Default setting – Hide details of how the class accomplishes its tasks (implementation) Private members only accessible through the public interface using
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Object Oriented Programming – Introduction to C++ R.B. Lenin Winter 2006 DA -I I C T 26 time1.h: In function `int main()': time1.h:16: error: `int Time::hour' is private cpp_classp1_s4.cpp:14: error: within this context
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Object Oriented Programming – Introduction to C++ R.B. Lenin Winter 2006 DA -I I C T 27 Access Functions and Utility Functions • Utility functions private functions that support the operation of public functions – Not intended to be used directly by clients • Access functions public functions that read/display data or check conditions •N e x
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