C Sharp Keywords

C# Keywords

A keyword is a reserved word which cannot be used as a variable name, constant name, identifiers, etc. The keyword in C# needs to be prefixed with @ character, to use a keyword as an identifier. Listed below are the reserved Keywords available in C# programming language:

abstract base as bool break byte
catch case char checked class const
continue decimal default delegate do double
else enum event explicit extern FALSE
finally fixed float for foreach goto
if implicit in in (generic modifier) int null
object operator out out (generic modifier) override params
private protected public return readonly ref
sbyte sealed short sizeof stackalloc static
string struct switch this throw TRUE
try typeof uint ulong ushort unchecked
using unsafe virtual void volatile while

Contextual Keywords:

There are also some identifiers with a special meaning in the context of code. They are known as Contextual Keywords. Listed below are the Contextual Keywords available in the C# programming language:

add alias ascending descending dynamic from
get global group into join let
orderby partial (type) partial(method) remove select set

 

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