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Base Class pointer can't operate on a class derived in protected mode?

Discussion in 'C++' started by S.P.I., Sep 1, 2010.

  1. S.P.I.

    S.P.I. New Member

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    Hi there,

    I apologize for writing a huge title but I figured it would best explain the little predicament I am in here.

    I had been working on a PHP based project the last couple of months and now that I am done I thought I'd refresh my memory by working with C++ lest I forget it forever. Turns out I can't remember quiet a few things...

    I can't figure out why C++ won't let me access an object of a class derived in protected mode using a base class pointer. Could someone shed some light on the issue?


    Thanks.
     
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