Needlessly Public

Needlessly Public.
When working on a legacy codebase that has leading-edge C++ constructs, but also deeply legacy design decisions, sometimes there’s nifty ways to use the one against the other.

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I worked on a legacy codebase before, but in C#, that had lots of unneccessary public methods/members. It was really a pain to maintain. :frowning: