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Explain about public and protected Access Modifiers?

Posted By :BangaruBabuPureti     Posted Date :May 31, 2010    Points :10   Category :C# 
Public:

public is an access modifier for types and type members. This is the most permissive access level as there are no restrictions on accessing a public type or type member.

protected:

protected is an access modifier for type members only. A protected member is only accessible within the body of the containing type and from within any classes derived from the containing type

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Explain about private and internal Access Modifiers?

  
Private:
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private is an access modifier for type members only. private access is the least accessible and such members are only accessible within the body of the containing type.
Note that nested types within the same containing body can also access those private members.

Internal:
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internal is an access modifier for types and type members. internal members are accessible only within file of the same assembly. It is an error to reference an internal type or internal type member outside the assembly within which it was declared.

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What is the Difference between Internal and Protected Internal Access Modifiers?

  
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Friend/internal All members in the current project.

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What is the scope of the access modifier Protected Internal?

  
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What are Access Modifiers

  
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