Today’s tip is a continuation from yesterday’s tip which talked about how to hide or show hidden members and types in the Object Browser. So today’s tip is how to actually make something hidden or hidable.
In the System.ComponentModel namespace, there’s the EditorBrowseableAttribute class.
Going back to yesterday’s foo() and bar() methods, you’ll see in the below example how the foo() doesn’t appear in Intellisense, just like it doesn’t appear in the Object Browser.
Of course, you can still complete the line above with foo(), and everything will compile successfully.
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