#790 – Property get and set Accessors Can Have Different Access Modifiers

When you implement a property in a class, you can specify different access modifiers for the get vs. set accessors.  This is true whether you are implementing the property yourself, or using an automatic property.

Different combinations of access modifiers include:

  • get/set both public – client can read/write property value
  • get/set both private – client has no access to the property
  • get public, set private – property is read-only
  • get private, set public – property is write-only
        // get/set both public
        public string Name { get; set; }

        // get/set both private
        private string SecretName { get; set; }

        // public get => read-only
        public string CalcName { get; private set; }

        // public set => write-only
        public string WriteOnlyName { private get; set; }
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