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moon_stick21-Dec-10 5:56
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Brady Kelly21-Dec-10 21:36
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Nish Nishant21-Dec-10 5:49
sitebuilderNish Nishant21-Dec-10 5:49 
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Rob Philpott21-Dec-10 5:50
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Nish Nishant21-Dec-10 5:51
sitebuilderNish Nishant21-Dec-10 5:51 
No, FxCop and StyleCop are different. StyleCop analyzes your source code, whereas FxCop does static analysis on your compiled assembly. Normally you are supposed to use them together, so they complement each other.
Regards,
Nish
My technology blog: voidnish.wordpress.com

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