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I can place both the class definition and declaration on the header file and make it look just like a C# class (other then the public fields). Do I make the functions inline by doing so? class Something { int Property1; int Property2; public: void DoSomething() { Property1 = Property1 + Property2; } void DoSomethingElse() { Property1 = Property1 - Property2; } };

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Yes you can, but it's not very practical, since the methods in the class would be rebuilt everywhere you include it, so you'd be facing huge build times. And they are not guaranteed to be inlined or not, the compiler pretty much decides that for itself these days.

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thanks just wanted to know what inline is meant for.

[Edited by - Calin on April 18, 2009 10:01:42 AM]

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