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Hi All,
Can anybody please help where "_" should be used in declarations and please tell me give me a link to get the best coding conventions and practices for VB.Net and C#.Net too. Please help me how to get it.

Thanks,
Aleem Mohammad.

Posted 28-Aug-08 4:35am
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Solution 1

indian143 wrote:
Can anybody please help where "_" should be used in declarations and please tell me give me a link to get the best coding conventions and practices for VB.Net and C#.Net too


The basic idea of having conventions is to have uniformity among the code written by different developers in a Team. The ulitimate goal is to make code Readable.

Still, if you want to look for conventions...Google it.

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Solution 2

Take a look at the Framework Design Guidelines[^].

That being said, the goal of a coding style is to create code that is easily readable and maintainable by any developer by creating a consistent "look and feel" and structure.

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Solution 3

These guys[^] have a decent coding standard for C#.


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Solution 4

There are various guidelines available but you could just start here:

Design Guidelines for Developing Class Libraries[^]

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