Access modifiers in C# 7.2

C# 7.2 comes with a new access modifier “private protected”. It sounds like a weird combination so let’s see how the various access modifiers in the current release of C# work.

Let’s start with an abstract class called Animal:

public abstract class Animal
{
	private String privateName = "Private name";
	protected String protectedName = "Protected name";
	protected internal String protectedInternalName = "Protected internal name"; 
	private protected String privateProtectedName = "Private protected name";
	public String publicName = "Public name";
}

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