ldloc var vs. ldloc.n
Do someone know if there is even a small difference using ldloc var CIL instruction and ldloc.n ?
Considering this local var table in a method scope :
.locals init ( int32 a,  int32 b)
Are those instructions:
better, worste or equal than:
ldloc a ldloc b
There are many shortened forms of common opcodes with a simple goal - to shorten the length of the method. ldloc.n instructions take up one byte, ldloc.s n two bytes, and ldloc n three bytes. This is useful for inlining, as methods longer than 16 bytes are not eligible for it.