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Whenever we are writing our classes, we have to provide some information about our classes to the JVM like whether this class can be accessed… Read More
In Java, there are four types of access modifiers. These are public, private, default, and protected. To get the idea of these modifiers, you can… Read More
Prerequisites: Access Modifiers in C++, Runtime Polymorphism Private: The class members declared as private can be accessed only by the functions inside the class. They… Read More
When a base class is derived by a derived class with the help of inheritance, the accessibility of base class by the derived class is… Read More
Protected keyword in Java refers to one of its access modifiers. The methods or data members declared as protected can be accessed from: Within the… Read More
Public All the class members declared under public will be available to everyone. The data members and member functions declared public can be accessed by… Read More
Protected Protected access modifier is similar to that of private access modifiers, the difference is that the class member declared as Protected are inaccessible outside… Read More
We can call the private method of a class from another class in Java (which are defined using the private access modifier in Java). We… Read More
Java provides a rich set of modifiers. They are used to control access mechanism and also provide information about class functionalities to JVM. They are… Read More
As the name suggests access modifiers in Java helps to restrict the scope of a class, constructor, variable, method, or data member. There are four… Read More
In Java, methods and data members of a class/interface can have one of the following four access specifiers. The access specifiers are listed according to… Read More
In Java, all methods in an interface are public even if we do not specify public with method names. Also, data fields are public static… Read More

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