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Old 07 October 2012, 06:20 PM
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Default Difference between access specifiers and access modifiers in java?

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Default Re: Difference between access specifiers and access modifiers in java?

Hii Frnd

There is no concept of difference b/n access specifier & access modifier , interviewers question this for confusion only . i.e access modifiers and specifiers are same . yes there are two types of modifiers access specifier and non access specifier as following
1 access specifier :
a.public
b.private
c.protected
d.default
non access modifier :
a.static
b.final
c.synchronized
d.volatile
e.transient
f.native
g.abstract
i hope ur doubt is clear
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Old 28 December 2012, 08:03 PM
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hiii
Threre is no concept of difference b/n access specifier & access modifier , interviewers question this for confusion only . i.e access modifiers and specifiers are same . yes there are two types of modifiers access specifier and non access specifier as following
1 access specifier :
a.public
b.private
c.protected
d.default
non access modifier :
a.static
b.final
c.synchronized
d.volatile
e.transient
f.native
g.abstract

thanks
deepa
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