On Monday 09 January 2006 10:15 pm, Lyndon Samson wrote:

> I guess what I was thinking was, conceivably you could have a class with
> say 100s of methods, all with full access to any ( private/protected/public
> ) instance variables. How is that different to 100s of functions accessing
> global variables?

Why would you do that? With hundreds of methods, wouldn't these hundreds of 
methods tend to categorize in ways that you could split the big class into 
smaller ones?

SteveT

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