A closing parenthesis within a C# statement is not spaced correctly.
A violation of this rule occurs when the closing parenthesis within a statement is not spaced correctly.
A closing parenthesis should never be preceded by whitespace. In most cases, a closing parenthesis should be followed by a single space, unless the closing parenthesis comes at the end of a cast, or the closing parenthesis is followed by certain types of operator symbols, such as positive signs, negative signs, and colons.
If the closing parenthesis is followed by whitespace, the next non-whitespace character should not be an opening or closing parenthesis or square bracket, or a semicolon or comma.
How to fix violations
To fix a violation of this rule, ensure that the spacing around the closing parenthesis follows the rule described above.
How to suppress violations
[SuppressMessage("StyleCop.CSharp.SpacingRules", "SA1009:ClosingParenthesisMustBeSpacedCorrectly", Justification = "Reviewed.")]
#pragma warning disable SA1009 // ClosingParenthesisMustBeSpacedCorrectly #pragma warning restore SA1009 // ClosingParenthesisMustBeSpacedCorrectly