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Access Modifiers in C#

There are five access modifiers in C#.NET. They are:

1. Public
2. Private
3. Protected
4. Internal
5. Protected Internal

1. Private:

The method with private as access modifier can be accessed with in the block of class only.

2. Public:

Public is also known as global access modifier.
The method with public as access modifier can be accessed from anywhere.

3. Protected:

The method with protected as access modifier can be accessed only from the inherited classes.

4. Internal:

The method with internal as access modifier can be accessed from anywhere within the project.

5. Protected Internal:

Protected internal is an access modifier that acts as internal within the project and acts as protected outside the project.

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