The protected access specifier grants access to the member to the class to which it belongs, as well as friends and derived classes. Protected members, on the other hand, cannot be accessed from outside the class.
The default setting is public. Methods in a class can be public, private, or protected. Public methods are those that are declared without an explicit visibility keyword.
Encapsulation is achieved by using access modifiers, which allow you to organise your code into packages and classes and expose only the "official" public interface to the outside world while hiding the implementation details (which you want to do, so that you can later change it without telling anyone).
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