C# Variables

C# Code Snippets Variables


In this code snippet, we will learn how to use variables in C#.

A variable is a “container” that holds a value. The value can be any of the many data types in C#. To make a variable you must first declare its data type followed by the name you will use to reference that particular variable. Then you can assign it a value using the = assignment operator.

Let’s see how to declare and use variables in the code example below.


using System;

namespace Variables
    class Program
        static void Main(string[] args)
            //To declare a variable you first define the data type and then the name of the variable;
            int myVariable;
            //Use the = assignment operator to assign a value to your variable.
            myVariable = 10;

            //Declaration and assignment all at once.
            int myOtherVariable = 1;



Resulting output:


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