they're not though. They're a replacement for (and...
# language-proposals
k
they're not though. They're a replacement for (and compiled as) static "utils" helper functions. They shouldn't have any insight into the internal state of the class. Only a subclass should be able to do that. If you let anyone do it, then you might as well make
protected
just resolve as
public
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