While browsing the MSDN documentation for the .NET Framework Class Library (FCL) I've always been amazed by how consistent and fully documented it is. It's a constant companion when developing .NET applications. Most doubts that arise when using the APIs are covered. The contrast with e.g. the older Win32 documentation is striking.
- Documentation for properties always starts out with either "Gets" or "Gets or sets" to specify accessors.
- Type parameters start out with: "The type of ...".
Does Microsoft use a documentation convention which is followed for the FCL? If so, is this convention publicly available for me to use as well?