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Code Inspection: Use preferred argument style for literal values

Category

Syntax Style

ID

ArgumentsStyleLiteral

EditorConfig

resharper_arguments_style_literal_highlighting

Default severity

Disabled

Language

C#

Requires SWA

No

If you prefer to use named arguments for specific types of parameters, ReSharper can help you enforce this practice.

By default, ReSharper suggests using positional arguments, but you can opt for using named arguments with the corresponding selector in the Arguments group on the Code Editing | C# | Syntax Style page of ReSharper options Alt+R, O. For more information about configuring and enforcing your preferences for positional/named arguments, refer to Code Syntax Style: Named/Positional Arguments.

Last modified: 12 April 2024