This is a rebuttal post to comments posted Private Methods Considered Harmful
I do not wholeheartedly believe that private methods are evil, or that they were mistakenly included in the PHP language by the core development team. Nor do I believe that there are only two true options when it comes to devising visibility requirements: public and protected. There is a place for private methods, in PHP development and elsewhere.
Tuesday, December 11th, 2012 @ 10:33 am |
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Categories: Object-Oriented Development, Best Practices
Tags: php best practice, OOP, object oriented programming, software, object oriented development, private, protected, public, visibility, PHP, php programming