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Hi ,

 As we know Interface in C#. Its accessmodifier is Public by default. My question is why we wont use private or protected as access modifier in Interface. Please reply me with example.

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Because, roughly speaking, an interface abstracts the actual implementation, while private and protected access modifiers typically pertain the very implementation.
The interface is a contract, hence it has to be fully accessible.
kamalsekhar 4-Jun-14 6:16am
Hi CPallini,
I did not understand properly. Can you please explain me clearly and one more thing, if we can use private and protected in interface in c#, How to use, please give me solution with example.

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