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Test: First Web Program (Web Project) in C# Explained

5. Which of the following namespace inclusions would you see in a C# program in a code-behind file for a web page? (Choose all that apply)



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Correct Answer: using System;; using System.Web;; using System.Web.UI;; using System.Web.UI.WebControls;;
Explanation
The System namespace in the .NET Framework provides the basic functionality that C# (and other .NET programming languages) use. The System.Web.* namespaces contain the web related functionality. So, you would see these and many other namespaces from the .NET Framework included in a C# code-behind file for a given web page.
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