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Saturday, March 8, 2014

Access specifiers in C#.Net



In this article we will discuss about different access specifiers in C#.Net.

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The accessibility determines whether other parts of your code will be able to read and alter this variable.

This accessibility apply to variables, methods, properties, and events etc.

public:
Can be accessed by any class.

private:
Can be accessed only by members inside the current class internal Can be accessed by members in any of the classes in the current assembly.

protected:
Can be accessed by members in the current class or in any class that inherits from this class.

protected internal:
Can be accessed by members in the current application (as with internal) and by the members in any class that inherits from this class.



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