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--- Comment #8 from Christopher Nicholson-Sauls <> 
2011-01-06 21:15:51 PST ---
Like Jon said, this is consistent with how other decorations on classes are
treated: they propagate to members.  Declare a class as const, immutable, or
even shared (!?), and all members are treated likewise.  If nothing else, you
can always get in the habit of adding 'public:' at the beginning of such
classes.  (Plenty of people do that already, out of C++ habit.)  I'm definitely
not saying it isn't going to be annoying, but I think it fits the language (as

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