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Hi, No..it's not accessible.If the class is private..it becomes the deciding factor no matter what the access specifier your variable is having. It all depends on the class(first) and then variable(Second). As the cl;ass is private it is not accessible from any package or any class outside this package where the top class is. Hope this helps. NM
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HI N Mukherjee Thanks a bunch! Now I understood. Also I would like to know then what about Protected means If it variable is Protected of class ABC of package 1 then can other class of same package 1 and also classes of package 2 access protected variable? Thanks again ADS