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If class B extends class A, and in class A, there are three public methods and two private methods, how many methods in class A that you will be able to access from class B?
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only the THREE public methods
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by:bakerule22
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ok thanks but I not sure why there are only three public methods that the class A that you will be able to access from class B
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private method are not visible, public is visible (else why to extend?)
 
http://www.codestyle.org/java/faq-Inheritance.shtml#privatefinal
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ok thanks
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