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Java Java Objects Meet Objects Access Level Modifiers

Timothy Van Cauwenberge
Timothy Van Cauwenberge
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Why can't you just write private infant of the class?

If you write private infront of the PezDispenser class isn't that the same thing as writing it infant of characterName?

1 Answer

NO, If you put in front of PezDispenser() class, Then you make your class private and you can't make from him any Objects... Good luck :)