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Daniel Berger wrote:
> [ .. snip .. ]
> The advantage of allowing send to access private methods is that it
> allows you to test private methods. :)
Isn't that a Bad Practice (tm)? Private methods are mostly meant for the
internals of a class, and a test should really only test how the class
interacts with the rest of the world - right? (i.e. public methods)

I might've missed the whole point, so this post contains Many
Questionmarks. ;-)

Kindest regards, J?rgen P. Tjern?.
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