Class definition is a set of member definitions that is described between the class and the endclass. It decide class status and behaviour.
You can use the abbreviation ec instead of endclass.
Member definitions are:
Class-name have to be specified after the class. The naming rule of class-name is same as an identifier. A field declaration decides about the state of the class. A fitter, setter, getter, and method definition decide about behavior of the class.
When a program is started, Rice makes a prototype of the class from a source file. The prototype and the class-name is saved.
Rice returns a prototype copy to the class creation request.
Access control of class
In Rice, there is not the class access modifier such as the object-oriented language. Namely, a class in the Rice is always accessible, and it can generate anywhere.