I am new to C#.What is internal access modofier? I have googled it but getting some difficult terms like assembly etc. What is it in simple terms?

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internal keyword

It means the member can only be accessed within a certain scope.
The scope is the scope of the assembly.

So for example, if you have a DLL which does some stuff internally, the external code which uses the DLL …

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internal keyword

It means the member can only be accessed within a certain scope.
The scope is the scope of the assembly.

So for example, if you have a DLL which does some stuff internally, the external code which uses the DLL can't access the internal stuff.

Internal is not the default access modifier. See this for more information

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