We now apply access specifiers to the members of our classes. Access specifiers
private determine the visibility or accessibility of an object’s attributes and operations to other objects. Before we can begin implementing our design, we must consider which attributes and operations of our classes should be
public and which should be
Previously, we observed that data members normally should be
private and that member functions invoked by clients of a given class should be
public. Member functions that are called only by other member functions of the class as “utility functions,” however, normally should be
private. The UML employs visibility markers for modeling the visibility of attributes and operations. Public ...