From: Seweryn Habdank-WojewÃ³dzki (shw_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-06-22 14:10:41
> > Let's consider such a hiphotetical situation. We have a classes:
> > Above order of definitions is important, due to language demand and
> > compiler functionality
> I don't think this statement is accurate. What is important is not the order
> of definitions, but the visibility of declarations at any particular place
> in the code where a particular symbol is actually used (the 'call site').
> There are clear rules about how ambiguities are to be resolved in binding
> names to declared types or variables. They have nothing to do with in what
> order the declarations appeared (and are seen by the compiler).
YES! You are right, this is the point, and I am looking for the example where
this aspects are highlighted.
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