How to use a keyword as an identifier?
C# contains reserved words that have special meaning for the compiler. These reserved words are called "keywords". Keywords cannot be used as an identifier (name of a variable, class, interface, etc.).
An identifier is a name used to identify a class, variable, function, or any other user-defined item. The basic rules for naming classes in C# are as follows − A name must begin with a letter that could be followed by a sequence of letters, digits (0 - 9), or underscore.
Although keywords are reserved words, they can be used as identifiers if @ is added as prefixes. For example, int @void; The above statement will create a variable @void of type int.
Which of the following access modifier added in C# 7.2?
Which of the following keyword is quite opposite to sealed?
Which of the following notation is incorrect?
What is the difference between long and double?
Which of the following is not a built-in reference type?