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Code inspection: Redundant 'Attribute' suffix

This inspection arises from a common C# convention where the Attribute suffix is omitted when applying an attribute to a code element.

In C#, it is not necessary to include the Attribute part when decorating symbols with attributes. For example, instead of writing [NotNullAttribute], you can write [NotNull]. The change has no impact on performance or functionality but improves clarity and readability of the code.

Last modified: 05 June 2024