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Re: g++ linker error

Previously Philippe Troin wrote:
> Nugzar Nebieridze <nugzar@cyberjunkie.com> writes:
> > in this example you must use "class" instead of "struct", structure does not
> > support functions.
> Go get a good C++ book too !

Lets explain this a bit :). The only difference between a class and a struct
in C++ is the default protection that members get. With a class everything
is private by default, and with a struct everything is public by default.


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