#627 – Accessibility of Nested Types in a struct or a class

When you define a type within the scope of a class (a nested type), the accessibility of the nested type can be one of the following

  • public
  • protected internal
  • protected
  • internal
  • private  (default)

When you define a type within a struct, the choices for accessibility of the nested type are more limited and include:

  • public
  • internal
  • private  (default)

Remember that the outer type (the class or struct) has more limited accessibility choices:

  • public
  • internal  (default)
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