- It allows adding documentation and syntax support to the code being developed so other developers can use it.
In this post, I cover the first feature.
You may have noticed that this is a reference to an embedded resource but without assembly name. Such a reference only works for so called well-known assemblies that are listed in a web.config file such as in this case a
Private class members defined inside a class constructor are not visible in IntelliSense. If you need to have IntelliSense support for
private members, define
public getter (get_...) and/or setter (set_...) methods for them with XML comments.
- Class methods with names beginning with underscore are considered
private and not visible even if they have XML comments.
Public class methods can be defined in a class prototype or in standalone code.
- If XML comments are not provided, only a method name and a list of arguments are displayed.
- File is not found at the location or location/file name is invalid. If the file is located on the Internet or a network share, there may be a problem accessing those locations from your machine.
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