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Java (unit 1) – 9 of 14

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Introduction of the Java programming language. Part of a larger series on learning to program. Visit proglit.com

3 thoughts on “Java (unit 1) – 9 of 14

  1. I'm not clear on your point. Within a type, any member can be public, private, or protected. Within a file, only one top-level type (meaning non-nested type) can be public. Is there a place in the vid where I suggest something different?

  2. I'd also like to know that any field within an Object of type Class, Interface, or Enum CAN be private or protected, or any NESTED Class, Interface, or Enum. Just not the actual single file of type Class, Interface, or Enum. I'm not sure if you go on later to say this anywhere.

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