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There exist a tool for Visual studio which order alphabetically the members grouped by #region ?

means

#region 
A1() ...
A2() ...
A0() ...
B1() ...
Z1() ...
B5() ...
#endregion

#region 
C1() ...
C2() ...
C0() ...
D1() ...
X1() ...
Y5() ...
#endregion

With that tool, I want like:

#region 
A0() ...
A1() ...
A2() ...
B1() ...
B5() ...
Z1() ...
#endregion

#region 
C0() ...
C1() ...
C2() ...
D1() ...
X1() ...
Y5() ...
#endregion

Thank you

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Resharper has a feature called Type Members Layout that does this. Documentation is here.

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