Thread: ???

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    Registered User whistlenm1's Avatar
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    Jan 2002


    Hi Guys

    I am finally taking the step from C into C++, so here is my question . I am wondering is their a specific programming reason or just programmer preference when declaring methods inside or outside of a class.

    Thanks in advance
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    5|-|1+|-|34|) ober's Avatar
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    i am wondering why you are asking this question in this forum...???? why not use one of the c forums?

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    Mayor of Awesometown Govtcheez's Avatar
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    Because the C forums are usually used when people actually want code.

    Anyways - for your question - Yes, there are programming reasons. Declaring a method in the class promotes encapsulation. If there's no methods in the class, it's really not much more that a struct.

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