The spec states:
> For constants, ... the final identifier token before the semicolon at
> the end of the declaration determines the identifier.
I guess this is technically correct, because the value wouldn't be an identifier, but this could say more clearly that the identifier is before the '='.
That isn't the case for attributes, exception fields and dictionary members, though. Do you think I should split that into another bullet point?
I think that would be slightly clearer, yes.
OK, I did that.