Which statement does NOT describe the object-oriented programming concept of encapsulation?

  • It protects the data from outside interference.
  • A parent class is encapsulated and no data from the parent class passes on to the child class.
  • It keeps data and the methods that can manipulate that data in one place.
  • It only allows the data to be changed by methods.
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