shubhangi khandale
Difference between Access specifiers and access modifiers
Posted by shubhangi khandale in OOP/OOD on Feb 26, 2012
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Posted by piyush sardhara on Mar 13, 2012
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Access specifiers ::

The access specifier determines how accessible the field is to code in other classes. Access ranges from totally accessible to totally inaccessible. You can optionally declare a field with an access specifier keyword: public, private, or protected.

Access Modifiers ::

You can optionally declare a field with a modifier keyword: final or volatile and/or static and/or transient, abstract, etc.

Posted by vamsikrishna vakati on Feb 27, 2012
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Access specifiers  



The access specifier determines how accessible the field is

to code in other classes. Access ranges from totally

accessible to totally inaccessible. You can optionally

declare a field with an access specifier keyword: public,

private, or protected.





Access Modifiers



You can optionally declare a field with a modifier keyword:

final or volatile and/or static and/or transient.


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