JScript modifiers are used to affect the behavior and visibility of classes, interfaces, or members of classes or interfaces. You can use modifiers when defining classes and interfaces, but they are not required.
In This section
- abstract Modifier
- Inheritance modifier that allows for definition of classes and class members, but does not allow implementations to be given.
- expando Modifier
- Compatibility modifier that marks a class as dynamically extensible or a method as an expando object constructor.
- final Modifier
- Inheritance modifier that prevents a class from being extended or prevents a method or property from being overridden.
- hide Modifier
- Version-safe modifier that prevents a method or property from overriding a method or property in a base class.
- internal Modifier
- Visibility modifier that makes a class, interface, or member visible only to the current package.
- override Modifier
- Version-safe modifier for explicitly overriding a method in a base class.
- private Modifier
- Visibility modifier that makes a class member visible only to members of the same class.
- protected Modifier
- Visibility modifier that makes a member of a class or interface visible only to the current class or interface and derived classes of the current class.
- public Modifier
- Visibility modifier that makes members of a class or interface visible to any code that has access to the class or interface.
- static Modifier
- Modifier that marks a class member as belonging to the class itself.
- JScript Modifiers
- Conceptual overview of the purpose and uses of JScript .NET modifiers.