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The 'public/protected/private' modifiers can only be used to maintain or reduce the accessibility of a base class's methods, it cannot be used to improve that accessibility.

ie. once a method is declared 'protected' or 'private' its accessibility cannot be improved by a derived class, otherwise this would break the encapsulation of the base class.

The only way to make a base class protected method visible outside of the derived class is for the derived class to override it and call the base class implementation.

I'm sure someone will be able to direct you to the relevant part of the standard but this is my understanding.
.dan.g.

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