Posted On: Jan 07, 2021
The access specifiers available in JAVA are listed below:
private: The accessibility of a private modifier is only within the class. It cannot be accessible, outside the class.
default: The accessibility of a default modifier is only within the package. It cannot be accessible, outside the package. In the case of the non-specify access level, it will be the default.
protected: The accessibility of a protected modifier is within the package and outside the package through child class. It can be accessible by only child class but cannot be accessible, outside the package
public: The accessibility of a public modifier is everywhere. It can be accessible, within the class, outside the class, within the package, and outside the package.
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