Code Inspection: Parentheses are redundant if attribute has no arguments
Attributes in C# are classes, and they are called by invoking their constructors. If an attribute's constructor has no parameters, C# allows you to specify it without parentheses when you call it. JetBrains Rider suggests removing empty parentheses to make code more concise.
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