: C# 2008 Programmer



In any programming language, there is always a list of identifiers that have special meanings to the compiler. These identifiers are known as keywords, and you should not use them as identifiers in your program.

Here's the list of keywords in C# 2008:

abstractevent new struct
as explicit null switch
base extern object this
bool false operator throw
break finally out true
byte fixed override try
case float params typeof
catch for private uint
char foreach protectedulong
checked goto public unchecked
class if readonly unsafe
const implicit ref ushort
continuein return using
decimal int sbyte virtual
default interfacesealed volatile
delegateinternal short void
do is sizeof while
double lock stackalloc
else long static
enum namespacestring

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