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C# Access Modifier List

C# Access Modifier cheat sheet

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This is a quick reminder sheet for the different access modifiers, their descriptions and scope. An access modifier defines which objects, properties and methods can "see" a particular object, property or method.

Access ModifierDescription
publicA public member is accessible from anywhere. This is the least restrictive access modifier.
protectedA protected member is accessible from within the class and all derived classes. No access from the outside is permitted.
privateA private member is accessible only from within the same class. Not even derived classes can access it.
internalAn internal member is accessible from within any part of the same Microsoft .NET-based assembly. You can think of it as public at the assembly level and private from outside the assembly.
protected internalinternal protected member is accessible from within the current assembly or from within types derived from the containing class.

Last updated on: Friday 8th September 2017

 

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