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BOOK: Professional C#, 2nd and 3rd Editions
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Default A problem about the use of the private member

  In the Chapter 5 of the 2nd Edition i find a problem about the example of MortimerPhonesEmployees.As follows:
    class EmployeeID
      private readonly char prefix;
       private readonly int number;

      public override bool Equals(object obj)
         EmployeeID rhs = obj as EmployeeID;
         if (rhs == null)
            return false;
         if (prefix == rhs.prefix && number == rhs.number)
            return true;
         return false;
  prefix and number are the private members of the object rhs,why it can be used like the bold?Thanks for the helper!

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3rd.Edition Page 100
Note that the field is also public¡ªwe don¡¯t normally need
to make readonly fields private, because by definition they cannot be modified externally (the same principle also applies to constants).


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