C++ Language/Objects/Accessibility

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In the class definition, you can precede a group of members by private: to disallow usage of that member from anywhere outside of that class' own member functions. Or, use protected: accessibility to also allow access to member functions of derived classes. The public: accessibility allows access from anywhere.

Additional information about accessibility (includes interactive examples)