--- Comment #6 from Piotr Szturmaj <> 2012-03-19 07:00:07 PDT 
You can write it like this:

class MyClass
final {

  @property void property1(int t)
  @property int property1()

  @property void thing(int t)
  @property int thing()
  void doThing()

  void addUnrelated(Unrelated x);
  Unrelated getUnrelated();
  void updateUnrelateds();

  // etc. 

  void update();
  void draw();

final {
  void handlerDelegate();
  void handlerDelegate2();

  int data1;
  float data2;

IMHO it makes no sense to introduce virtual keyword since virtual in D is the

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