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Category:Dance culture Category:DJ equipment Category:Audio engineering Category:Audio mixing software Category:Audio software that uses QtQ: Why does the OOP paradigm prohibit the construction of a new class when there are no data members to initialize? Why does the OOP paradigm prohibit the construction of a new class when there are no data members to initialize? It seems to me that there is a valid need for this, given that OOP's main advantages are encapsulation and the fact that functions can't see the internals of a class, so making a class with no data members is effectively private to the class itself, giving us encapsulation. I believe that to get an instance of a new class (with no data members) you have to do it explicitly through the constructor and that, therefore, the only class constructors should be data member initializers. What are your thoughts? A: The benefits of encapsulation and functions not being able to see class internals are largely orthogonal. Encapsulation implies that a class cannot be instantiated - and therefore constructed - except through its constructor. Therefore, the constructor should initialize the data members. It is in this case that you do not want to have constructors with empty bodies. Data members are an implementation detail. A function can see and manipulate them if it needs to. They are not logically "private". The interfaces of functions do not mention them. In other words: It is a rule of good OO design that constructors should not touch the data members of a class except through those data members (and other initializers). It is a rule of good OO design that classes should not be instantiated without proper construction of data members. In principle, it would make sense to have a class that does not have any data members (that is, is abstract or a pure interface). However, you probably do not want to have a class with no constructors. A: Because of problems with inheritance. In a valid class hierarchy, one class must have a constructor that is called when its parent constructor (or its parent of its parent etc) is called. It makes no sense to call the constructor of a child class from the constructor of its parent class. As a little side note, C++ allows to have abstract classes. It is often useful to create classes without any fields. A:









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