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In Visual C# you can document the code you write using XML. C# is the only programming language in Visual Studio .NET with this feature. For details on creating an XML file with documentation comments, see the following topics.
|For information about||See|
|The C# compiler option to use||/doc (Process Documentation Comments)|
|Tags you can use to provide commonly used functionality in documentation||Recommended Tags for Documentation Comments|
|The ID strings that the compiler produces to identify the constructs in your code||Processing the XML File|
|How to delimit documentation tags||Delimiters for Documentation Tags|
|How to document a type||XML Documentation Tutorial|
|Links to information about XML as it relates to Visual Studio feature areas||XML in Visual Studio|
See Commenting Code for information on how Visual Studio will display a report on the structure of your code, to include XML Documentation comments.