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19.12.2018, 12:53, "Fujii Hironori" <fujii.hiron...@gmail.com>:
> I'd like to change this because 'final' doesn't necessarily imply
> 'override'. See the following stackoverflow:
> https://stackoverflow.com/questions/29412412/does-final-imply-override

It does imply override, unless it is used in a declaration of new virtual method
(which has no practical meaning fwiw)

>
> IIUC, 'final' method specifier can be useful for such like the following case:
>
>> class B {
>> public:
>> ? virtual foo();
>> ? virtual bar();
>> };
>> class B1 : public B {
>> ? foo() final;
>> };
>> class D final : B1 {
>> ? bar() override;
>> };
>
> The 'final' method specifier indicates D can't override the method foo.
> Thus, using 'final' method specifier implies other virtual functions
> can be overridden. I'm not sure my understanding right. Please correct me.

final method specifier on foo doesn't affect other methods anyhow, it just 
forbids
overriding of foo

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