--- Comment #23 from Stewart Gordon <> 2011-07-24 07:54:03 PDT ---
(In reply to comment #22)
> (In reply to comment #21)
>> (In reply to comment #20)
>>> class Foo {}
>>> class Bar : public Foo {}
>>> void main() {}
>> There are no attributes as such in your example.  And I don't see 
>> anything that isn't meaningful.  So what do you mean?
> I think bearophile is referring to the �public� protection attribute in the
> SuperClass. This is explicitly allowed by the grammar, but I don't know off
> hand if it actually has any effect in the current implementation, other than
> giving C++ programmers a wrong sense of coziness maybe. ;)

Therein lies my point - it isn't an attribute as such, and it isn't
meaningless.  It means the same as in C++, though it doesn't make sense to have
the feature in D.  But this point is covered by issue 177.

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