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Is there any guidance on how to use #Region when creating a windows form? Is there a standard somewhere that I am missing? Does anyone have any suggestions for using #Region?

I would like to make sure my code is organized correctly.



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That's about all you can do: I tend to create regions to group related items; for instance all properties or all overrides or all button events. I don't think there are any hard and fast rules but common sense tells me that the way I use regions is, if nothing else, reasonably sensible.
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cuchulainn18 16-Aug-10 10:45am    
Thanks Digital Man,

It just seems like everyone is working with the same base information. Perhaps I am just naive in thinking that there's a standard out there for stuff like this. Without any formal education in programming I find myself second guessing my code organization.
R. Giskard Reventlov 16-Aug-10 10:55am    
I'm not aware of any concrete standards for regions (some people hate them as the devils own work); as I said, apply common sense and you'll be fine.
cuchulainn18 16-Aug-10 11:01am    
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Digital Man gave me the guidance I needed

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