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What is C# Keywords ?

  • A keyword is a reserved word. You cannot use it as a variable name, constant name etc.
  • In C# keywords cannot be used as identifiers. However, if we want to use the keywords as identifiers, we may prefix the keyword with @ character.
 types of c# keyword

A list of Reserved Keywords available in C# programming language is given below:

abstract base as bool break catch case
byte char checked class const continue decimal
explicit extern false finally fixed float for
foreach goto if implicit in in (generic modifier) int
ulong ushort unchecked using unsafe virtual void
null object operator out out (generic modifier) override params
default delegate do double else enum event
sealed short sizeof stackalloc static string struct
switch this throw true try typeof uint
abstract base as bool break catch case
volatile while
  • Some identifiers which have special meaning in context of code are called as Contextual Keywords.

c# - Contextual keywords :

  • New with C# 2.0 standards
  • As powerful as regular keywords
  • Contextual keywords have special meaning only when used in a specific context; other times they can be used as identifiers
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