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Language: C++
Expertise: Intermediate
Sep 4, 2001

Disabling Further Derivation of a Class


Although the advantages of disabling further derivation of a class are often doubtable, C++ allows you to do that by declaring a class's constructor and other special member functions private. This way, classes that attempt to inherit from that class will cause a compilation error due to an inaccessible base constructor:
 
class Firewall
{
public:
 //
Danny Kalev
 
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