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PrivateI 0.916

PrivateI analyses a Visual Basic project and reports the variables and procedures that have been declared Public but are in fact Private or

Keeping the components of a module Private is a good thing.  When variables are kept local to a module they cannot have their value changed outside the module making it much easier to keep track of them.  When Subs and Functions are kept local to a module there is no concern about parameters being passed from outside the module.  The more a module contains Private components the less reliant it is on external code and becomes more portable, robust and easy to maintain.  Private is good

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