The while footer at the bottom of a do-while statement is separated from the statement by a blank line.
To improve the readability of the code, StyleCop requires blank lines in certain situations, and prohibits blank lines in other situations. This results in a consistent visual pattern across the code, which can improve recognition and readability of unfamiliar code.
A violation of this rule occurs when the while keyword at the bottom of a do-while statement is separated from the main part of the statement by one or more blank lines. For example:
How to Fix Violations
To fix a violation of this rule, remove any blank lines before the while keyword.