[kaffe] Java lang spec: private access
stuart.a.ballard at gmail.com
Tue May 16 07:08:36 PDT 2006
Because inner classes *are* within the body of the top level class, perhaps? :)
On 5/16/06, Ito Kazumitsu <kaz at maczuka.gcd.org> wrote:
> This question is not directly related to kaffe, but ...
> The Java Language Specification, Third Edition says:
> |6.6.1 Determining Accessibility
> | Otherwise, if the member or constructor is declared private, then
> | access is permitted if and only if it occurs within the body of the top
> | level class (7.6) that encloses the declaration of the member or
> | constructor.
> Why "the top level class" ?
> What if the private member is declared in an inner class?
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