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The Visual C++ Programming Tutorials: C++ Property get, set Methods







Exception Properties have been available in some programming languages such as Microsoft Visual Basic for some time, but the .NET Framework has added support for them into Microsoft (Machine) Symbol Intermediate Language (MSIL) so that they can easily be implemented in any .NET programming language. You’ll see in this module that properties can often lead to a more natural style of programming without sacrificing robustness or violating principles of object-oriented programming. A long-accepted tenet of object-oriented programming is that it’s a bad idea to give users direct access to the data members that make up your classes. As a result, it’s recommended that you hide data members, making them private and giving indirect access to them by using member functions.

In traditional C++, indirect access has often been implemented using get() and set() members so that a data member named date for example, might be accessed using a pair of member functions named set() and get(). This method works fine, but client code always has to call the get() and set() functions directly. Properties in the .NET Framework give you a way to implement a virtual data member for a class. You implement the get() and set() properties, and the compiler converts them into calls to the get() or set() method as appropriate.

  1. C++ .Net Property 1: Intro, What Are Properties?, The Two Kinds of Properties, __property keyword, Property Declaration of the managed extension for C++ and new managed C++

  2. C++ .Net Property 2: More on property keyword, Rules for Constructing Scalar Properties and Implementing Scalar Properties

  3. C++ .Net Property 3: Errors in Properties, Read-Only and Write-Only Properties, Implementing Indexed Properties, The Bank Example, Implementing the Bank Class

  4. C++ .Net Property 4: Adding the Account Class and Creating Account Class Properties

  5. C++ .Net Property 5: Adding Accounts to the Bank Class, Implementing the Add and Remove Methods and Implementing an Indexed Property to Retrieve Accounts

  6. C++ .Net Property 6: More On Indexed Properties and Declaring and Using Static Properties

  7. C++ .Net Property 7: Declaring and Using Virtual Properties, Using Multidimensional Properties, Overloading Property Accessor Methods, Declaring Abstract & Sealed Properties and Quick Reference




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