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A Sample Chapter from Inside C#.
It’s always a good goal to design classes that not only hide the implementation of the class’s methods, but that also disallow any direct member access to the class’s fields. By providing accessor methods whose job it is to retrieve and set the values of these fields, you can be assured that a field is treated correctly—that is, according to the rules of your specific problem domain—and that any additional processing that’s needed is performed.


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