The two preprocessor directives
#endregion (in combination with the code folding feature) can be highly useful for improving the readability of your code and also for improving the speed with which you can navigate the source file. They add organization and structure to your source code without affecting its validity or execution. Effectively,
#region marks the top of a code block and
#endregion marks the end. Once a region is marked, it becomes foldable, that is, it becomes collapsible using the
MonoDevelop code editor, provided the code folding feature is enabled. Collapsing a region of code is useful for hiding it from view, which allows you to concentrate on reading other ...