Oct 18, 2019 in C Sharp (C#)
Q: What are the differences between static, public and void in C#?

1 Answer

Oct 18, 2019
Static classes/methods/variables are accessible throughout the application without creating instance. Compiler will store the method address as an entry point.

Public methods or variables are accessible throughout the application.

Void is used for the methods to indicate it will not return any value.
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