C# Internal Access Specifiers

In this chapter you will learn:

  • What is internal access specifier?
  • What is the boundary of internal access specifier?
  • How to use internal access specifier in C# programming?

The internal access specifier hides its member variables and methods from other classes and objects, that is resides in other namespace. The variable or classes that are declared with internal can be access by any member within application. It is the default access specifiers for a class in C# programming.



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In this chapter you learned about internal access specifier, its boundary and scope and implementation in program. In next chapter you will learn protected internal access specifier in C#.

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  4. [email protected] says: October 20, 2016 at 1:57 pm

    default access specifier of a class member if we don’t mention any?
    It is private. not internal

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