The using-alias directives within a C# code file are not sorted alphabetically by alias name.
A violation of this rule occurs when the using-alias directives are not sorted alphabetically by alias name. Sorting the using-alias directives alphabetically can make the code cleaner and easier to read, and can help make it easier to identify the namespaces that are being used by the code.
How to Fix Violations
To fix an instance of this violation, order the using-alias directives alphabetically by alias name.