Coding Style in C#
Because we don't have a style for Dr. A that isn't C# ;-O
These are taken from: https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/csharp/fundamentals/coding-style/coding-conventions When in doubt, see that page.
ALWAYS!!! Use meaningful names! Its fine to use x as a int for a loop, but otherwise your variable names should be descriptive enough for any programmer to infer its purpose.
Public, Protected and Internal Variables | Class, Record and Struct
All of these are meant to be publicly visible (or in the second case, at least visible to someone) to classes in the assembly, therefore they use the same style: PascalCase. IF HOWEVER, you are using a variable name that is the same as the class name/enum name/... then use CamelCase without an _ prefix.
All of these are meant to be visible only inside the class they are defined and should be prefixed with an underscore and be in CamelCase.
Prefix the _ with the letter s.
Caveat: Dr. A doesn't mind if you are doing public static readonly values that are assigned at definition to be all caps with words separated by underscores.
E.g. public static readonly string HELLO_WORLD = "Hello world";
Please place a space after the // or