If we need to use an identifier that has the same name of the keyword in C#, you can do so by prefixing the identifier with the @symbol.
An example for this can be string where i can have an have the implementation similar to the one shown below
string @string =”senthil”;
Even without the @ symbol, some keywords can be used an identifiers directly. Some of these keywords include
The above contextual keywords are only a partial list. There are few more contextual keywords in C# as well.
For example, below is a valid identifier in C#.
int dynamic = 2;
The contextual keywords are valid based on the context in which it is used.