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Test: Understanding ASP.NET File Types

1. Which of the following contain the code behind the ASP.NET pages?



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Correct Answer: Default.aspx.vb; Test.aspx.cs;
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Code behind the web pages with .aspx.cs or .aspx.vb, etc.

These are the code files for a given page. They used to be called code-behind files, but now the ‘behind’ is dropped. The final extension in the name depends on the language you use for the code; i.e. .cs for C#, .vb for VB.Net, and so on. You will see a partial class in this file (this class name is set in the Page directive). This file, ideally, should hold only the event handler code (like Page_Load, Button_Click, etc.) and all the generic code should be in class files that go into the App_Code directory.

Examples: default.aspx.cs, login.aspx.vb.
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Recognizing the file types helps understand quickly the architecture of a web site that you didn’t develop (also helps with the files you didn’t explicitly create but the development environment generated). This article talks about the common and not-so common types of files you see as you develop with Visual Studio / ASP.NET.
Lots of different file extensions are used in ASP.NET projects. Test your knowledge on the basics these file types.

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