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  • Core Java: Modifiers in Java Team Emertxe
  • List of Modifiers Private Protected Default<no need to write> Public Static Final
  • Private According to Java Specification all the variables should be declared private Private variables is accessible only inside the class We use private access modifies with variables, method, constructor and inner class
  • Protected Protected data can be access inside the class and out side the class from the child class within the same package.  We use protected access modifies with variables, method and inner class
  • Default A variable declared default is access within the same package by any classes We use default access modifies with variables, method, constructor and inner class Default access modifier is written explicitly
  • Public According to Java Specification public modifiers should be used with method only Data declared public is access every where We use public access modifies with variables, method, constructor and inner class
  • Static We use static modifiers with those data or method which need to be initialized or loaded before the instance gets created. We use static modifiers with variables, method and with nested class
  • Final We use final modifier with those data or method which should not be modified or overridden. We use final modifies with variables, method and inner class If the class is final then you can’t create a child class of this class
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