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Why data type used for private attribute should be defined in class-relevant local definition?

raffinkira
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Hi experts,

Just as desribed in the title, why it's no defined in the normal local test definition/implementation?

Regards, Ming

Sandra_Rossi
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Sorry to say that, but who asked this "silly" question?
Sandra_Rossi
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By "silly", I wanted to say that the question is asking "why is sky not blue" although sky is blue. Private attributes can be defined in any class, even test classes (although I don't understand why you need to define types in test classes, I think of situations where I could possibly need types for defining a short list of columns to compare but instead I'm using constructor expressions).

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2233667
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Hi,

   Generally, custom classes are created as local definition and implementation is done separately. So, we do the data declaration in the definition part of the class.

raffinkira
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Hi Rossi, Question updated, maybe I didn't make it clear.
Sandra_Rossi
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