C# and reserved words

Have you ever wanted to create some real nasty code in C#… Well C# has a mechanism that allows a token to be used as a literal, thus avoiding the reserved word clash issues… For example;

int @int = 1;
@int = 2;

if (@int == 2)
@int = 3;

Just imagine the sort of rubbish code that could be create… remember because it is present you don’t have to use it!

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