The name of a C# element does not begin with an upper-case letter.
A violation of this rule occurs when the names of certain types of elements do not begin with an upper-case letter. The following types of elements should use an upper-case letter as the first letter of the element name:
- Enum members
In addition, any field which is public, internal, or marked with the const attribute should begin with an upper-case letter. Non-private readonly fields should also be named using an upper-case letter.
If the field or variable name is intended to match the name of an item associated with Win32 or COM, and thus needs to
begin with a lower-case letter, place the field or variable within a special
NativeMethods class. A
class is any class which contains a name ending in
NativeMethods, and is intended as a placeholder for Win32 or COM
wrappers. StyleCop will ignore this violation if the item is placed within a
How to fix violations
To fix a violation of this rule, change the name of the element so that it begins with an upper-case letter, or place
the item within a
NativeMethods class if appropriate.
How to suppress violations
[SuppressMessage("StyleCop.CSharp.NamingRules", "SA1300:ElementMustBeginWithUpperCaseLetter", Justification = "Reviewed.")]
#pragma warning disable SA1300 // ElementMustBeginWithUpperCaseLetter #pragma warning restore SA1300 // ElementMustBeginWithUpperCaseLetter