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what is the difference between access specifiers and access modifiers..
i belive that access specifiers are ublic,private,protected
and access modifiers are : static,final,abstract,volatile,transient
and we can use two acess modifiers but cannot use two access specifiers together,,,,,,
 
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Yes,you are correct my friend
 
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hi anupam,
Access specifier tells the compiler the visibility of class or instance member ,inside or outside a package.Whereas modifiers tells the kind of member created and also the memory alllocated, adding meaning to the data type.
It's all I know .Hope it gives you a hint of the difference.
Bindesh Vijayan.
 
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Hi anupam,
For more details about combinations of access specifier and modifier with blocks,methods,classes,variables,interfaces and constructors, please see a chart here
Regards
Gurpreet Sachdeva
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