Today, I had a chat my lecturer about instance methods and static methods. I thought you make methods with static modifier (let me know in the comments below if I'm wrong) if you want to access them without creatng an instance of the class which they're defined in.
I found in C# if you're creating static methods, you won't be able to access them using the keyword 'this'. But you can still have access to instance methods through the 'this' word.
Is there any difference between those types of methods?