— From *inside the class
I also think using Java as a qualifier is not, uh... good, at all. Heh. Let's just say Java does some things C++ developers would consider paramount to treason
— Kek, yes, Java as an argument is dumb, since they have nothing to do with eachother
— The benefit is being able to allow a family of instances of the same class to access each other's private members.
— SOME pieces of the stdlib in ecma is similar to Java equiv. (Like Math)
— Wat, how?
— A private keyword makes sense, it would just extend the existing class facade. This just... Yeah too much.
— I don't see how instanceA would be able to access private vars of instanceB
— I don't see why it's needed, or useful to anyone writing sane classes in the first place.
— It's not
— BUT I HAVE made private vars in one way or another at some point for a class-like thingy
— Just neat to have supporting syntax