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Old August 16th, 2010, 09:43 PM
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Hi! I've a issue in a project i make. The error shown by VSE is the following:

Error 1 Inconsistent accessibility: return type 'EEscolaridade' is less accessible than method 'MedicalStatistics.AdicionarPaciente.verificaEscol aridadeSelecionada()' C:\Users\Serafim\Documents\Visual Studio 2008\Projects\MedicalStatistics\MedicalStatistics\ AdicionarPaciente.cs 148 31 MedicalStatistics

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        private EEscolaridade verificaEscolaridadeSelecionada()

            if (primeiroCicloradioButton.Checked)
                return EEscolaridade.PrimeiroCiclo;
            else if (escolaridadeObrigatoriaRadioButton.Checked)
                return EEscolaridade.EscolaridadeObrigatoria;

            return EEscolaridade.EnsinoSuperior;



Code of Paciente.cs

enum EEscolaridade

namespace MedicalStatistics.Classes
    class Paciente
        private String nome;
        private EIdade idade;
        private DateTime data;
        private ESexo sexo;
        private EProfissao profissao;
        private String profissaoOutraSituacao;
        private EEscolaridade escolaridade;
        private AvaliacaoTestes avaliacaoTestes;
        private Tratamentos tratamentos;
        private OutrosDados outrosDados;

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With the method verificaEscolaridadeSelecionada() declared as private I don't get any error. If I changed that to public or protected then I get the error.

The default, if no access modifier is supplied for a class or enum it is considered private, so your enum is private. You cannot return a private enum from a method which is not also private.
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