Identifiers are used to describe allocated memory types such as integer, longs, classes, and other types defined by C# or by you, as the developer. The rules for identifiers are simple:
Identifiers can start with any Unicode letter or an underscore.
Identifiers are case-sensitive.
Identifiers must be unique within a particular scope: namespace, class, method, or code block.
KeywordsNaming Convention Reference Type String Class Garbage Collector String Type
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