Python Access Modifiers | Public, Private, Protected
Python Access Modifiers:
Public: Public variables are those variables that are defined in the class and it can be accessed from anywhere in the program using the dot operator (.). It means that the public variables can be accessed from within the class as well as from outside the class in which it is defined.
Private: Private variables are those variables that are defined in the class with a double score prefix(__). These variables can be accessed only from within the class and from nowhere outside the class.
Protected: Protected variables are those variables that are accessible from outside the class but only in a class derived from it that is in the child or subclass. A prefix _(single underscore) to a variable name makes it protected.