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access specifier ‎(plural access specifiers)

  1. (software, object-oriented programming) A keyword applied to a variable, method, etc. that indicates which other parts of the program are permitted to access it.
    Examples of access specifiers in C# are internal, private, protected, and public.
    Java has the access specifiers private, protected, public, and the default specifier package that does not have a keyword.

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