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My Code Regions

I like to use code regions within my code. Within each region each code item is sorted alphabetically. This allows me to organize my code and quickly find code I am looking for.

  • Fields are class level variables. All fields should be private and exposed via properties
  • Each parent element can be repeated in the Nested Types region.
  • “Test SetUp and TearDown” and “Test Cases” regions should be in their own “test” class.
  • Every class should always have a log4net region…
  • Native Methods are “unmanaged” W32 API calls
  • All members should be organized alphabetically within each region.

Regular Classes

  • Logging (log4net)
  • Constants
  • Fields
  • Constructors (ctor)
  • Delegates
  • Events
  • Enumerations
  • Properties
  • Methods: Public (Static)
  • Methods: Public
  • Methods: Protected
  • Methods: Native (WinApi)
  • Methods: Private
  • Nested Types

Test Classes

  • Test SetUp and TearDown
  • Test Cases
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