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access specifiers and modifiers

 
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Hello friends


what is the difference between access specifiers and access modifiers
as both are prefixed to a variable or a method.
 
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The two terms mean the same and can be used interchangably. The four types of access available in java for variables and methods are: Private, Default, Protected and Public. Read more about them here
 
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