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Re: C programming

access speicifiers is not C ... its Standard C++. C
does not restrict access to structure members.

rajeev j sebastian

--- Binand Raj S <binand@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> vivekr forced the electrons to say:
> > the access specifier private can be used in
> structures also to make
> > some members private because they are not private
> by default.
> I have never heard of the access specifier private
> in C. Can you please
> explain?
> Binand
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