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Explain about access specifiers

   Harsha


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  •    sneha gulati

    Java offers four access specifiers

    Public: public classes, methods, and fields can be accessed by every class.
    Protected: protected methods and fields can only be accessed within the same class to which the methods and fields belong.
    Default (no specifier): when we do not set access to specific level, then such a class, method, or field will be accessible from inside the same package to which the class, method, or field belongs.
    Private: private methods and fields can only be accessed within the same class to which the methods and fields belong. Private methods and fields are not inherited by subclasses.



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