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Prohibit access to the private variable


By : susans
Date : July 31 2020, 12:00 PM
Does that help Not with a keyword, no. Alternatively, you could use Inheritance to create a hidden private variable that could only be modified through it's public getter/setter, like so:
code :
public class ObjectBase {
  private int money;
  public int Money {
    get
    {
        return money;
    }
    set
    {
        money = value;
        UpdateMoneyText();
    }
  }
}

public class YourClass : ObjectBase {
  public void SomeMethod(int newMoney) {
    this.Money = newMoney; // setter used here, because this.money is inaccessible
  }
}


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Other way to prohibit a certain C++ class construction except than declaring the constructor private?


By : user3499483
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hop of those help? Say I have a class with some const reference member variable and I would like to forbid a certain type of construction. So I would declare the according constructor private. Of course, a constructor must initialise all const reference member variables of the class. Doing so, however, results in odd looking code: , Simply don't define this:
code :
B():host(A()) {}   // This is ugly and not needed !!
class B {
  B(const A& a): host(a) {}
private:
  //B():host(A()) {}   // This is ugly and not needed !!
  const A& host;
};
 B b1; //error - needs default constructor which doesn't exist!
 B b2(a); //ok - only way to create an instance!
struct B
{
     B(const A &a) {}

     B() = delete;      //disable
};
struct A
{
       A (int) {}
};
A a1(10);  //ok
A a2('x'); //ok - char can convert to int implicitly

B b; 
A a3(b); //ok - assume b provides user-defined conversion to int
struct A
{
     A(int) {}
     A(char) = delete;      //disable
     A(const B&) = delete;  //disable
};
A a1(10);  //ok
A a2('x'); //error

B b; 
A a3(b); //error - assume (even if) b provides user-defined conversion to int

Class variable: public access read-only, but private access r/w


By : Fauzan Marantama
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it should still fix some issue Write a public getter but no public setter. And the field itself private

IIS prohibit direct access to images


By : Victor Rueda
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps you . If you want to prevent direct access to context (from a client/browser), you can use the configuration section to block it. In your web.config at the root of your site, you can use this configuration to disable "images" subdir from being accessed. If you look at your applicationhost.config you'll see this section is already configured to prevent access to the "bin" folder directly by clients. You just need to add "images" to that list, either in applicationhost.config or in a web.config like below.
(if you don't see any configuration at all in applicationhost.config, that means you'll need to install requestFiltering feature in IIS using "add/remove programs" or Web Platform Installer).

Why does TypeScript prohibit a private setter for a public getter of the same name?


By : Renaud Russel
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps There is a comment from one of TypeScript authors: https://github.com/Microsoft/TypeScript/issues/2845#issuecomment-176990923

Access rights of undefined access member variable (neither public nor private)


By : Michelle
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this will help If you use the keyword class, access defaults to private. If you use struct it defaults to public.
That's pretty much the only difference between the two keywords.
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