Explain Static Members in C# ?
If an attribute's value had to be same across all the instances of the same class, the static keyword is used. For example, if the Minimum salary should be set for all employees in the employee class, use the following code.
private static double MinSalary = 30000;
To access a private or public attribute or method in a class, at first an object of the class should be created. Then by using the object instance of that class, attributes or methods can be accessed. To access a static variable, we don't want to create an instance of the class containing the static variable. We can directly refer that static variable as shown below.
double var = Employee.MinSalary ;