The purpose of this exercise is to find out how private private instance variables are in C#.
Given the BankAccount class. Now modify this class such that each bank account has a backup account. For the backup account you will need a new (private) instance variable of type BankAccount. Modify the Withdraw method, such that if there is not enough money available in the current account, then withdraw the money from the backup account. As an experiment, access the balance of the backup account directly, in the following way:
backupAccount.balance -= ...
Is it possible to modify the private state of one BankAccount from another BankAccount? Discuss and explain your findings. Are you surprised?