If you do not specify access specifier while declaring a method, then the method is a friendly method. Friendly methods are accessible within the class they are declared and can also be accessed from the classes that are in the same package as the class that contains the friendly method.

Java Code:
    package Greek;

    class Alpha {
        void iamfriendly() {
    	System.out.println("iamfriendly");
        }
    }

    package Greek;

    class Beta {
        void accessMethod() {
            Alpha a = new Alpha();
            a.iamfriendly();	// legal
        }
    }