John M. Dlugosz wrote:
Does this mean that the access of private attributes from trusted
classes is a "different form"? And that's why you need the qualified
syntax when I think it should not be necessary in all cases? Or should
that passage really say "not in non-trusted classes, including derived

It's a different form.  Line 1207:

(Private accessors are never virtual, and must be package qualified
if called from a trusted scope other than our own.  That is, it's
either C<self!attr()> or C<$obj!TrustsMe::attr().>)

The reason is, I suspect, that what "trusts" does is putting a !TrustsMe::attr() into the trustee's scope, instead of somehow shadowing its own !attr() symbol.


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