[aspectc-user] Problem with slice struct

Pavlo Korzhyk pavlo.korzhyk at gmail.com
Sat Jun 17 17:03:06 CEST 2006

AFAIK Java has inline member only, so does C#.
IMHO There is no reason to have non-inline members. In C++ they are present
to separate the interface and implementation,
and ac++ separates them and solves related problems. I think non-inline
methods are awkward :)

Isn't it a bit awkward only to be able introduce methods that are
> inline, in classes?
> /Carsten Munk
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WBR, Pavlo Korzhyk
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