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Visibility

Visibility refers to whether a type is available outside its assembly. If a type is exported from its assembly, then it is visible to types in other assemblies. Object and String are examples of two types that are exported from their assemblies. Visibility does not affect members of types, whereas accessibility (discussed next) can be used to limit access to members.

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