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More About Access Specifiers

In this part you will learn: 1. Types of access specifier 2. Different uses of different access specifiers 3. Using access specifiers in Code Types of Access Specifiers As we have discussed earlier, there are three types of access specifier we use in c++ which are given below. • Private • Public • Protected Private This is the access specifier which is set as default. i.e when the programmer doesn't give the access specifier. C++ considers it as a private. In private access specification all the member variables and member functions written under it are considered as private

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