Use "default" keyword for default visibility
howard.lovatt at iee.org
Wed Mar 18 03:12:46 PDT 2009
You guys are probably right, it must have been private protected I was
2009/3/16 Mark Mahieu <markmahieu at googlemail.com>:
> My first edition copy of Java in a Nutshell says that there were public,
> protected, private protected, private and the default, all with distinct
> visibility rules.
> 2009/3/15 Joshua Bloch <jjb at google.com>
>> Are you sure? The only other modifier I remember was "private protected,"
>> which was quite different from package private. I believe that it was
>> always the default access mode. I thought I coined the term "package
>> private" for Effective Java (though it's likely that others came up with
>> independently and earlier).
>> On Sat, Mar 14, 2009 at 9:13 PM, Howard Lovatt
>> <howard.lovatt at iee.org>wrote:
>> > Early versions of Java had package private (I think) for this. It
>> > would make the code clearer in that everything would have a keyword.
>> > package could be used, since this is the scope of the default.
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