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You cannot really change the access type in a derived class.
Consider the situation where Derived derives from Base in your example - class Derived : public Base

In this case, if you create an object of Base, then Identity() would be public.
And if you create an object of Derived, then Identity() would be protected.
This is probably what you want, but this behavior is only because when the Base object is created, the compiler sees Identity() as public and when the Derived object is created the compiler see Identity() as protected.

But if you do this - Base* ptr = new Derived;
And access Identity() like this - ptr->Identity();
You will be able to do this, since Identity() is still public and not changed to protected.

So even though, you're creating an object of Derived, the compiler only checks the class Base since the pointer is of type Base.
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