.NET and OOP interview questions :- What is the difference between abstraction and encapsulation ?

.NET and OOP interview questions :- What is the difference between abstraction and encapsulation ?

Answer:

This is a very typical  .NET  interview question which confuses most of the .NET professionals. Both abstraction and encapsulation look similiar , but they have huge differences between them.

Abstraction is nothing but simplifying objects while encapsulation is hiding complexity.

Encapsulation implements abstraction. Abstraction is a thought process which happens during planning phase.  While encapsulation implements abstraction by using access modifiers ( private, public, protected, internal and protected internal).

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