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Originally posted by Jose Campana: Is it officially utilized using the keyword default?
Though there is a keyword default but its for switch , not used for specifying class access type. nothing specified == default.
Originally posted by Jose Campana: If I don't provide an access modifier when writing a class, which one will be the default access modifier provided by the JVM?
It something has to be provided then it would be compiler not the JVM. JVM simply runs the bytecode provided to it. For example the default constructor is provided by the compiler it you do not specify one.
[Jose Campana:]Well, I was confused about the default modifier. Is it officially utilized using the keyword default?
You do not write the word "default" ~ you just go the end of the file you are writing in, outside of whatever class you are writing in, if you need a handy place to put something ... and do not spec any public/protected/private ---> you just let the compiler figure it out.
That is called default, you do not write the name deafault.
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