[Mono-list] How to make a derived method "non-public"

Nick Drochak ndrochak@gol.com
Sun, 5 Aug 2001 02:30:10 +0900

Hi all,

I am working on System.Collections.CollectionBase.  I noticed from the MS
documentation (on MSDN [1]) that they show Clear() and RemoveAt() as public
members of the class.  However, the other members from IList [2] are not.

I don't know if my question is about C# or the docs, but is it syntactically
(is that a word?) possible to make some of IList members non-public in my
class that inherits from it? I can't seem to get the compiler to stop
complaining when I use protected, etc.  It seems to want those IList members
to be public.

If it's the documentation that's a problem, then should I mark these areas
in my code with LAMESPEC?

Nick Drochak

P.S. CollectionBase and ReadOnlyCollectionBase are done (minus NUnit tests)
so as soon as I get CVS access...Miguel?