Zend PHP 5.3 Certification Exam
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Web Features 1
Which of the following access controls specifies that a feature can be accessed by any other class?
Answer option C is correct.
Access control modifiers/access specifiers are PHP keywords that affect the behavior of the class or function it precedes. PHP has a number of modifiers, which are listed in the following table:
It defines a constant feature. This variable or function cannot be overridden in an inherited class.
It specifies that a feature can be accessed only by code in the same class.
It specifies that a feature can be accessed only by code in a subclasses of the class where it is defined.
It specifies that a feature can be accessed by any other class.
It cannot be used directly. Hence, a user must have to inherit abstract function or method first.
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