enum member’s name contains the word "reserved" it implies it is not currently used and will be change in the future. However
enum member is a breaking change and can create significant problems. There is no need to reserve an
since a new member can be added in the future, and such an addition will usually not be a breaking change.
This rule raises an issue when the name of an enumeration member contains "reserved".
Noncompliant Code Example
public enum Color
ReservedColor // Noncompliant