- Classes and structs can declare constants as members.
- Constant fields or variables must be assigned a value at the time of declaration and after that they cannot be modified.
- By default constant is static and we cannot change the value of a const variable throughout the entire program.
- Constants can be marked as public, private, protected, internal, or protected internal access modifiers.
- The readonly keyword is a modifier, which we can use on fields.
- A readonly field can be initialized either at the time of declaration or with in the constructor of same class.
- We can change readonly field value during runtime or we can assign it at run time but only through the non-static constructor.
- 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.
- If the static keyword is applied to a class, all the members of the class must be static and Static methods can only access static members of same class.
- Static properties are used to get or set the value of static fields of a class.
- Static constructor can’t be parametrized. Access modifiers can not be applied on Static constructor, it is always a public default constructor which is used to initialize static fields of the class.