C# KeywordsReview keywords from the C# language. Each keyword has a link to an example and a description.
Keywords. The glacier is a harsh place for living creatures. The air itself is frozen. Even the polar bear seeks refuge in a cave. A visitor to this icy world must find a way to survive.
Reserved versus contextual. Here is an important part of the syntax of C#. Some terms, like "for," are reserved keywords—we cannot name a variable "int for."
Reserved, continued. Other terms, like "where," are contextual keywords. They have a special meaning in a certain place (like a query expression) but we can name a variable "where."
A final note. For survival in the arctic world, tiny syntax details are less important. The big picture is what matters. Know first the important things like string and int.
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