What is the naming Convention, C# uses Visual Studio 2012+?

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I understand that styles of writing code very much, but sometime and somewhere met such a standard and it seems like in the same style Studio generates code when creating classes:
1) the Interfaces are named with a capital I (I uppercase);
2) class Fields are named with the prefix _ in CamelCase (first letter lowercase);
3) Internal variables methods are named in CamelCase;
4) Properties and methods (of any visibility) are referred to in Pascal.

Is there or do I have mess in my head?
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Basically, found this. Almost what you need except the prefix fields.

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