I found a very subtle aspect of coding for Uipath Activities within Studio and how Find handles “(arg1,arg2)” vs "(arg1, arg2).
For example, when using .NET method “Substring” within activities in multiple xamls, Find treats all these method strings as identical values:
It will find them all in the xamls throughout your project where it is used.
However, the Substring argument area is a different matter. “Substring(0,15)” and “Substring(0, 15)” (note the space) are not identical to Find because of the space following the comma. UiPath treats them as different. “,<space>” IMHO helps with readability.
I’m just using Substring as the example. I’m assuming this goes to any .NET method argument area used within Studio.
Is this intentional in how Studio Find works treating (arg1,arg2) and (arg1, arg2) as different when execution wise they both work fine ?
Is using “,<space>” in .NET method arguments area considered a bad practice ?