Privacy

Defined types have a privacy modifier that define how they can be used externally. There are four different privacy values:

  • public: usable from anywhere
  • package: usable from package
  • protected: usable from sub-types
  • private: only usable locally (in current file/class, context-sensitive)

The default type for functions, enums, and classes is package. The default type for class members, methods, and properties is protected.

Packages and namespaces do not accept privacy modifiers.

results matching ""

    No results matching ""