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Test: Understanding ASP.NET Directory Structure
Welcome to the Test: Understanding ASP.NET Directory Structure.
Summary
Various subdirectories are used in a typical ASP.NET program. This is a test on the basics of various subdirectories.
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Various subdirectories are used in a typical ASP.NET program. This is a test on the basics of various subdirectories.
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This article talks about the directory structure you see when you work with (and grow) an ASP.NET web site. Visual Studio creates some directories automatically for you and these directories have some special meaning (that means, only a certain types of files can go into these directories).

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