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Visibility of class members

In Delphi a private or protected member is visible anywhere in the module where its class is declared. In C++ a private or protected member is visible only in the class. So the tranlation makes all classes in the same module to friends of each other. But as problem remains, that an access to these elements from code in the same unit, but outside of the class is forbidden in C++.
In Delphi Members at the beginning of a VCL class declaration that don’t have a specified visibility are by default published and in other classes they are public. In C++ this is written explicite. (Delphi2Cpp ignores the {$M+} directive, which would make theese elements public.)

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