#957 – Naming Files that Contain C# Code
October 22, 2013 Leave a comment
Files that contain C# code are typically named using a .cs extension. You can, however, include C# in a code having any extension you like. Note that in Visual Studio, if the extension is other than .cs, you’ll need to set the Build Action to Compile. The editor will also not use Intellisense on files having other extensions, unless you specifically change this.
A file containing C# code is most often named to represent a single class or type that it contains. This helps in finding the source code that contains a particular class.
You can, however, store any type that you like within a particular file.
You might also store several types within the same file.
You can also split the implementation of a class across multiple files, using the partial keyword.