Someone once said we should prefix all our methods with the
/// <summary> comment blocks (C#) but did not explain why.
I started to use them and found they annoyed me quite a bit, so stopped using them except for libraries and static methods. They're bulky and I'm always forgetting to update them.
Is there any good reason to use
/// <summary> comment blocks in your code?
I normally use
// comments all the time, it's just the
/// <summary> blocks I was wondering about.