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    What does encapsulation mean?

    A) Encapsulation is a measure of how a class or a module is dependent on another class or module
    B) Encapsulation means hiding the attributes of a class by marking them private and restrict accessing them through public methods
    C) Encapsulation means hiding the constructors of a class by marking them private and enable constructing objects through one public method
    D) Encapsulation means hiding the internal implementation and representation of an object and provide to the outer world only an interface of public methods to access the object

    Answer:
    B) Encapsulation means hiding the attributes of a class by marking them private and restrict accessing them through public methods
    D) Encapsulation means hiding the internal implementation and representation of an object and provide to the outer world only an interface of public methods to access the object

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Total comments (2)

Anonymous User
 4 years
2011-08-09T16:10CEST
"restrict accessing them through public methods" could have been "restrict accessing them only through public methods"
2011-04-06T10:31CEST
To me option 2 is not framed correctly as intended. In the current frame "restrict accessing them through public methods" is not entirely true. It should have been framed as "provide accessing them through public methods".
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