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What is Encapsulation in Java?
Encapsulation in Java is a concept that enforces protecting variables, functions from outside of class, in order to better manage that piece of code and having least impact or no impact on other parts of a program due to change in protected code.
You can completely encapsulate a member be it a variable or method in Java by using private keyword and you can even achieve a lesser degree of encapsulation in Java by using other access modifiers like protected or the public.
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