You want a class to have access to members of another class in the same package. Which is the most restrictive access that accomplishes this objective?

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A)

public

B)

private

C)

protected

D)

transient

E)

default access

 

Author Explanation :

default access would provide most restrictive access.

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PostedBy By: Saikiran K, at 04:29 AM on 20-April-2019

Answer Posted:

Explanation: protected

Result: Wrong Answer

PostedBy By: jayaprathap, at 02:41 PM on 08-April-2019

Answer Posted: E

Explanation: default access is the "package oriented" access modifier.

Result: Correct

PostedBy By: sunkara ganesh, at 09:46 AM on 08-April-2019

Answer Posted:

Explanation: protect is accessed in class and derived class also

Result: Wrong Answer

PostedBy By: Hussam Uddin, at 04:03 AM on 08-April-2019

Answer Posted:

Explanation: This more restri cted

Result: Wrong Answer

PostedBy By: Jigar Shah, at 03:43 AM on 08-April-2019

Answer Posted:

Explanation: I think none of above answer is correct. Actual answer should be internal but as internal is not an option, I have selected public here.

Result: Wrong Answer

PostedBy By: Shyam Prakash Pemmaraju, at 06:53 AM on 05-April-2019

Answer Posted: B

Explanation: B

Result: Wrong Answer

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