Chapter 49. Documenting the Source Code with XML Comments

One of the most common programming rules states that documenting the source code is fundamental. This is the truth, but you have to think about the way source code is commented. Classical comments are useful to explain what code does so that you can easily remember how your code works if you need to reuse it after a long time, or they can help other developers to understand your code. But this is not the only way of documenting code in .NET development. A sophisticated environment such as Visual Studio offers the IntelliSense technology that speeds up the way you write code and shows ...

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