Hi, I don't like the way of declaring publi and private methods since it's not 
really clear. AFAIK there are you ways:

1)
class C
	def public_1
	end

	def public_2
	end

	private:
	def private_1
	end

	public:
	def public_3
end

or:

2)
class C
	def public_1
	end

	def public_2
	end

	def private_1
	end

	def public_3

	private :private_1
end



I prefer 2) but until the end of class it's not easy to know if a method is 
public or private/protected. So i'm thinking about use a special nomenclature 
for private methods, for example:

	def _private_1


Is there any "standar" for this? I've seen lost of ethods called "__xxxx__" 
or "_xxxxx" but not sure the reason of that name.

Thanks a lot.

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IƱaki Baz Castillo