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Friendly & Default differece

 
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Hi
This is Kajol,
I would like to know the differece between Friendly and Default access specifier...
As far as i can see ....both are same...
Thanks
Kajol
 
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For once you have hit the nail on the head.
You are asking questions which are completely and thoroughly explained in the text book. Nothing wrong with that.
But you'll save time by going through the text book.
Looks like you have a 24hr internet connection.Huh
Yes friendly and default access are the same. Friendly I guess have creeeped in from C++.
SJ
 
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Hey thanx Sajan......
U are replying all my queries ....thats cool....I was a bit confused so i asked.....actually all i am doing JAVA is on my own.......
Thanks a lot........
Kajol
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