Unique Skill ID: KS1203N6XLHLW8LCN1LG

Access Modifiers

Access modifiers are keywords in object-oriented programming languages that determine the visibility and accessibility of class members (i.e., fields, properties, methods, and nested types) from other parts of the program. There are typically four access modifiers: public, private, protected, and internal, each serving a specific purpose in controlling how members can be accessed and modified within a program. Understanding access modifiers is important for designing robust and secure software architectures.

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