--- Comment #3 from Piotr Szturmaj <> 2012-03-19 05:08:26 PDT 
You can tag individual members with public/private and final. final: and final
{ } are just for convenience.

You can also try something like this:

    void virtualMethod() {}

    int privateMember;

public final:
    void finalMethod() { } // public

I guess you are opting for virtual: keyword to just disable existing final:
specifier. There are other possible solutions without adding a new keyword:

- Use default: to restore public and virtual.
- Use negation, like !final: to disable specifiers that differ from public and

But I'm ok with current approach.

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