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HTML DOM in .NET: following specification vs. following language standards [closed]

Let's say we're implementing HTML DOM in C#. Naming conventions are different: HTMLCollection interface/class vs. IHtmlCollection/HtmlCollection, body attribute vs. Body property etc. Behavior is ...
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What is the industry norm for naming standard for gui object event handlers in C# [closed]

Lets say you have a button objects on a form with a click event (c#/.Net). How is the event handler normally named throughout the industry? fooButton_Click fooButtonClick (or if you like ...
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Coding standards for c# [duplicate]

I wanted to know if there are some default standards for writing c# code. By default I mean may be something officially from Microsoft, or any other organization. I am looking for something where I ...
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How to Implement Error Handling [closed]

Even though I've programmed on a professional level for some years I still do not fully understand error handling. Although my applications work fine, the error handling isn't implemented at a ...
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1answer
202 views

How to justify efforts to make capitalization of class and property names uniform? [closed]

In this thread, an Oracle Product Manager (username "Alex Keh") refused to make Oracle's EF provider to conform with .NET's PascalCase coding standard for class names and property names, saying that ...
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Why do we not prefix Enums, Abstract classes and Structs?

The C# community has so ubiquitously used the "I" prefix to denote an interface that even the most inexperienced programmers know to use it. Why is it then that we do not prefix enums, abstract ...
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294 views

Checklist for coding MVVM web application [duplicate]

We are a small team working on a web application using MVVM design pattern using technologies like .NET, Knockout and HTML. I am trying to come up with a code review checklist for this, so that my ...
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When are chained assignments (i.e. a=b=c) bad form?

I'm working on a VB.Net WinForms project and found myself writing code like this: this.Fizz.Enabled = this.Buzz.Enabled = someCondition; I couldn't decide whether that was bad code or not. Are ...
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Naming of related classes and interfaces

I have created an ObjectParser class which parses data into strongly typed objects using an IObjectParserDataSource as the data source (the data could be an Excel file, text file, array, query string, ...
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Microsoft's coding standards for ASP.NET controls

I cannot find any naming standards/conventions in MSDN for naming ASP.NET controls. One of the following standards tends to be used by programmers: lblAddress AddressLabel Address According to ...
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Prevent developers from using constants

I have one one software system which allows developers to specify an ID or name to create NodeReferences. Both work fine, but ID's are not guaranteed to be the same across different environments. I've ...
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2answers
477 views

coding style for If condition [duplicate]

I came across below style of writing if statements in C#, on msdn code examples. Usually when I write if statements, the conditions I would write `(Customer != null) I want to know if there is any ...
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470 views

Always pull out common cases and branch separately? [duplicate]

We had a disagreement in a code review. What I had written: if(unimportantThing().isGood && previouslyCalculatedIndex != -1) { //Stuff } if(otherThing().isBad && ...
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Capitalization convention for C# protected fields

What is the capitalization conventions for protected field names in C#? Is it _myVar (like private field) or MyVar (like properties)?
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812 views

C# coding standards” Use the const directive only on natural constants

I've seen these 2 guidelines in coding c# standard and I’m not sure the what the 2nd one means. With the exception of zero and one, never hard-code a numeric value; always declare a constant ...
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Where do I place my example implementations in my framework?

I've created a pretty simple templating framework and have default implementations for some of my interfaces used for passing around information. I store these in MyFramework.Default namespace ...
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Can someone explain to me C#'s coding convention?

I recently started working with Unity3D and primarily scripting with C#. As, I normally program in Java, the differences aren't too great but I still referred to a crash course just to make sure I am ...
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1answer
466 views

Has anyone thoroughly compared C# common coding standards?

Most of the C# programmers I know embrace one of the common coding standards. However being aware of the standards is one thing, telling the differences is another. Browsing the common coding ...
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Are naming convention guidelines worth caring about?

I name my variables using the .Net conventions: camelCase for variables and fields (I tend to use _camelCase for private fields in a class) PascalCase for methods, properties and classes The only ...
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3answers
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C# Coding Standard - Position of Attribute in relation to Target

I had thought that this was one of the few solved problems in C# coding standards / style; Attributes always appear on the line above the thing to which they are applied a la [SomeClassAttribute] ...
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Studies on code documentation productivity gains/losses

After much searching, I have failed to answer a basic question pertaining to an assumed known in the software development world: WHAT IS KNOWN: Enforcing a strict policy on adequate code ...
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Is there a standard for when you include libraries or not?

I often come across a class which has a single reference to another library and was wondering if its better to include the library or to reference the object by it's full name. Is one better then the ...