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Use the static modifier to declare a static member, which belongs to the type itself rather than to a specific object. The static modifier can be used with classes, fields, methods, properties, operators, events, and constructors, but it cannot be used with indexers, destructors, or types other than classes. For more information, see Static Classes and Static Class Members

Syntax:
static class CompanyEmployee
    {
        public static void DoSomething() { /*...*/ }
        public static void DoSomethingElse() { /*...*/  }
    }


Example:

class Test
{
   static int x = y;
   static int y = 5;

   static void Main()
   {
      Console.WriteLine(Test.x);
      Console.WriteLine(Test.y);

      Test.x = 99;
      Console.WriteLine(Test.x);
   }
}
/*
Output:
    0
    5
    99
*/


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