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Net Access modifiers
Access modifier Description
Friend Defines a type that is accessible only from within the program in which it is declared. Private Defines a type that is accessible only from within the context in which it is declared. For instance, a Private variable declared within a class module is accessible only from within that class module. A Private class is accessible only from classes within which it is nested. Protected Applies to class members only. Defines a type that is accessible only from within its own class or from a derived class. Protected Friend Defines a type that is accessible from within the program in which it is declared as well as from derived classes. Public Defines a type that is publicly accessible. For example, a public method of a class can be accessed from any program that instantiates that class.

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