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Const vs. readonly vs. static readonly in C# .NET

This article by Rinat Abdullin clarifies const vs. readonly vs. static readonly in C# .NET. And as the author says:

A class that has only constant or readonly instance fields is considered to be prepared for the concurrency challenges of parallel computing, since it has no mutable state.

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