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Hi,

Following code was compiled. Can any one guide me, what could be the reason behind that? The code as follows:



Please help me in this regard? Thanks in advance.

Regards,
Potluri.
 
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i don't see anything wrong in the above code. It is perfectly legal to declare an enum within a class. Read K&B for more reference..

I think it would be more helpful to us if you can tell where your doubt is and what compilation eroor you expect!!
 
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What is the error? Can you copy-paste your error here?
 
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I thought you said thatan error !!
 
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Its perfectly legal to declare a enum inside a class and just like any other class memeber,you can assign any access control to the enum once declared inside a class.
However if you declare enum outside the class then you can have only two access controls possisble public or default.
Hope this were you got confused.
Thanks
Deepak
 
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