In this chapter you will learn:
- What is encapsulation in C#?
- What is abstraction?
- What are various types of access specifiers?
- How to encapsulate your program?
- What is get set modifiers and how to use it in program?
Encapsulation and abstraction is the advanced mechanism in C# that lets your program to hide unwanted code within a capsule and shows only essential features of an object. Encapsulation is used to hide its members from outside class or interface, whereas abstraction is used to show only essential features.
In C# programming, Encapsulation uses five types of modifier to encapsulate data. These modifiers are public, private, internal, protected and protected internal. These all includes different types of characteristics and makes different types of boundary of code.
List of Contents
- Chapter 1: Understanding concepts
- Chapter 2: Access Specifiers
- Chapter 3: Public
- Chapter 4: Private
- Chapter 5: Protected
- Chapter 6: Internal
- Chapter 7: Protected Internal
- Chapter 8: GET… SET Method
- Chapter 9: Examples
- Chapter 10: Exercises
In this session you will learn about encapsulation and abstraction in C#. You will also learn about various types of access specifiers including get set modifiers. In next chapter you will learn the basic concept of encapsulation and abstraction.