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    Angry

    The media is making us look at all women as sex objects
    Code:
    class sex
    {
        void doit()
    }
    
    class Women : public sex
    {
        void feel();
        void desire();
        void bleed();
    }
    
    class Men : public sex
    {
        void hunt();
    private:
        void feel();
        void desire();
    }
    
    class Media
    {
        friend class Men;    // cause it's a men world
        // slice a woman to make a sex object
        Sex publish(Women* w)
        {
            return w;
        }
    }

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    Umm. It's a book cover?
    Last edited by prog-bman; 09-07-2007 at 06:07 PM.

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    errata

    class members are private by default. So you would have to specify all of the women's members with public, and the men's private: is redundant.

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    todo

    doit should return a value.

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    Oh god.

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    sorry.

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    The question is: what value should it return?

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    I'm sure a double.

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    Hmmm it could also return this
    Code:
    class Child{
    public:
        Child()
        {
             //Oh boy
             mMonthlyCostIncrease = 600.00;
        }
    private:
        double mMonthlyCostIncrease;
    };
    
    class Sex{
    public:
         Child DoIt()
         {
                return Child();
         }
    };

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    Quote Originally Posted by indigo0086 View Post
    I'm sure a double.
    hard limits are bad.

    basic_ostream<double>

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    Quote Originally Posted by indigo0086 View Post
    errata

    class members are private by default. So you would have to specify all of the women's members with public, and the men's private: is redundant.
    I know that was intensional.
    men feelings and desires are private and no men would share them!

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    Basically you should switch class with struct.

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    I'm not certain but I don't think making babies is what W was talking about ...

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    Back on topic a bit, I went and got it, and wow, has some REALLY cool stuff, but so far about I feel like it is over my head quite a bit, hopefully the second time though will make everything click a lot better, the recursive template processing is very cool though. Many thanks for the recommendation.

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