TypeName

CommaMustBeOnSameLineAsPreviousParameter

CheckId

SA1113

Category

Readability Rules

Cause

A comma between two parameters in a call to a C# method or indexer, or in the declaration of a method or indexer, is not placed on the same line as the previous parameter.

Rule Description

A violation of this rule occurs when a comma between two parameters to a method or indexer is not placed on the same line as the previous parameter. The following examples show correct placement of the comma:

    public string JoinName(string first, string last)

    {

        string name = JoinStrings(

            first,

            last);

    }

 

    public int this[int x,

       int y]

    {

        get { return this.items[x, y]; }

    }

 

How to Fix Violations

To fix a violation of this rule, ensure that the comma is placed on the same line as the previous parameter.