KickMe is an object-oriented language which inverts traditional notions of member accessibility and data encapsulation.
The following set of access specifiers are valid in KickMe, and are applicable to both class attributes and methods:
- antiprivate restricts access to only other classes, blocking any access from the current class and its subclasses.
- antiprotected restricts access to only other classes, or subclasses of the current class, blocking any access from the current class.
- antipublic totally restricts access, blocking any access from any class. This is the default behavior of a class member.
Under no circumstances may a class access its own members.