Access private data in C++

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Find out how to access private class data in C++ with standard available approaches and without awful hacks. Learn the Argument-Dependent Lookup (ADL) design pattern to override logic in a class with different namespace.

Discover what are Friends of C++ and what after real benefits of those Hidden Friends. Examine rules for visibility of Hidden Friends and add those Friends via base classes using tools like `enum` class. Read more on Bitfields and checkout some examples of using it to achieve overloading in your code.


""Friendship" in C++ is commonly thought of as a means of allowing non-member functions and other classes to access the private data of a class. This might be done to allow symmetric conversi..."

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