Code Documentation in .NET
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by Steven Swafford
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I have discussed the importance of documenting your code. I would only hope at this point that you now see the value of proper, clear, and concise documentation. Sample documented code was provided in Listing 1, and tags you may use were provided in Figure 1. Putting this all together allows for generating documentation via thirty-party tools such as NDoc, as well as enabling the IntelliSense feature to work on your code.

The goal of this article was not to teach you how to document your C# or VB.NET code, but rather to convince you to document your code. Good luck, and keep that documentation up-to-date!


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