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#16 OP Original Poster

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Posted 22 September 2012 - 12:46

Just make the members that you want to be part of your API public and the ones that aren't supposed to be accessible private. Documentation is preferable if you're writing something for others to use.

well this API is private but I guess documentation will need to be written for the person contracting me though hopefully the api should be a mere footnote at the bottom of my server development report

#17 +John Teacake

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Posted 22 September 2012 - 12:57

Help me learn potato.

It's kind of the question you are asking atm man >.<

Unfortunately I think you are going to have to learn to love the documentation. There in lie all the answers :)

QFT, Which API are you looking at ??? There are lots. For example I am looking at the Betfair API at the moment to plug into make bets. The IOS API wouldn't do this for example.