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i had a discussion with a friend about private, protected and public classes. my question to anyone who can clarify this is i say that the declared items in the private part of a class may not be directly accessed outside the class and those in the public part are accessible outside of the class. please let me know if i am true in what i say to clarify this up between us. thanks!
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You are completely true! That is precisely the point of public versus private. Public methods or variables can be used by other classes, private ones cannot.
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thanks!!!!!!!!!
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