A method's visibility is known as
method scope. We can say that it defines whether a object can invoke as well as
any subclass can override the method or not. The scope are generally used as per
the need of the program or application, e.g. if a method intended to be access
only by the own class of the method then we make the visibility private
Can be Accessed By
|public||The method can be access by any class.|
|protected||The defining method can be access by the same package, class and subclass.|
|private||This type of method can be invoked by the owner class.|
|No Modifier||It also works as same as protected.|
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