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Richard Deeming11-May-22 6:16
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Richard Deeming11-May-22 21:37
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Richard Deeming12-May-22 0:19
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Richard Deeming12-May-22 2:18
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BillWoodruff12-May-22 2:32
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Thanks !
Richard Deeming wrote:
If the collection class is public, then trying to further restrict the type ...
In this case, the 'OuterClass is public; the whole point of this (encapsulation) is allowing access to the internal collections inside that outer class only by methods I expose.

I think you are reading into this some broader issue.
Richard Deeming wrote:
... to those in the current assembly, or an approved list of assemblies, is usually a sign of a broken design.
I can easily imagine a scenario where a design of an outer class with private internal classes would be very useful. But, that is not relevant here.

cheers, Bill
«The mind is not a vessel to be filled but a fire to be kindled» Plutarch

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