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Loosely typed C#

Posted on November 23rd, 2015 by Aditya Acharya

What :  A loosely typed programming languages is typically one that does not require the data type of a variable to be explicitly stated. Example : As in JavaScript we can declare var count = 1;  which will automatically treat variable count as integer. Advantage: The advantage of loosely typed is that we don’t have […]

Using Keywords as Identifiers in C#.NET

Posted on November 23rd, 2015 by Sibabrata Dash

In C# We cannot use a Keywords as an Identifier since the former is predefined and has special meaning to the compiler whereas an identifier is user-defined. However, we can use a keyword as user-defined identifier by appending “@” (at) or “_” (underscore) characters. For example: if we write Class class //Conflict error   It […]