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Default Type-inferring a constant in C#

In C#, the following type-inference works:

Code:
var s = "abcd";
But why can't the type be inferred when the variable is a constant?

The following throws a compile-time exception mobdro:

Code:
const var s = "abcd"; // <= Compile time error: 
                      //    Implicitly-typed local variables cannot be constant

Last edited by Sethi257; December 24th, 2018 at 06:09 AM..




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