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Whether Attributes can help in this situation ?

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I have one following question that whether attributes can help me in resolving this problem:

I have one base class called Employee
and I have 3 classes which inherit it:

Now, the base Employee class contain 3 methods:
void funct1() : needed for EmployeeA & EmployeeB
void funct2() : needed for EmployeeB & EmployeeC
void funct3() : needed for EmployeeC & EmployeeA

Since all the above three methods will be protected in base class, each of them can be called by any inherited class.

Now, I wanted to know, if I can use attributes here for these 3 methods, which will throw an error if the function is called from the wrong class, for e.g., if funct1() is called from EmployeeC it should give a compile time error.

Would really appreciate any help in this regards.

Warm regards,
Mar 21 '07 #1
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