What is a local variable and where can it be declared in C#?
Experience Level: Junior
In C#, local variable is a variable that is declared within a method. Such variable is then visible to and accessible from the rest of the code that is below the variable declaration. If you declare a local variable inside of a nested block statement, then this variable will be visible to and accessible from the rest of the code that is below the variable declaraion but only in the same or other nesed block statement.