There are some standard conventions of writing a clean code (mainly from indentation side), for example: proper spacing, no extra blank lines, one space between if and brackets, xml documentation for public and protected methods, declarations of variables as near to there use as possible, correct number of tabs when declaring multiple variables one after another, correct indentation while writing select statements etc. These are some of the many clean code practices which everyone should follow. If a feature is implemented in VS, using which some of these are taken care so that code looks clean, similar to what we have in .NET developments.

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