This question triggered from the previous post Delete horizontal white spaces from your code in Visual Studio . There we highlighted all the additional spaces by selecting them through mouse manually. In case you are wondering is there any other way to indicate the whitespaces rather doing manually. The answer is Yes.
Navigate to Edit –> Advanced and Select “View White Space” option.
Once the “View White Space” is enabled; you can can see the app space has changed to “.” as shown on below screen .
Noticed that the “View White Space” is a toggle button, and you can select / deselect it to turn on or off the white space indictor.
Many time you may noticed that some of the developers / team are keeping this “continuously on” just to ensure they all are following same coding style and avoid unnecessary code conflict while merge.
Finally this is not a new feature of Visual Studio, and you may came across earlier as it exist from be very beginning. I thought to share here with context of previous post.
Hope this helps and some of you may found it new and interesting.
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Or use CodeMaid and do not care about whihtespaces:)