TypeName

QueryClausesMustBeOnSeparateLinesOrAllOnOneLine

CheckId

SA1103

Category

Readability Rules

Cause

The clauses within a C# query expression are not all placed on the same line, and each clause is not placed on its own line.

Rule Description

A violation of this rule occurs when the query clauses are not either placed all on the same line, or each on its own line. For example:

    object x = select a in b

        from c;

 

The query clause can correctly be written as:

    object x = select a in b from c;

 

or:

    object x =

        select a

        in b

        from c;

 

How to Fix Violations

To fix a violation of this rule, ensure that all clauses are placed together on the same line, or each clause begins on its own line.