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Test: Which one to use: Web Project or Web Site?

3. You want to generate a dll for your ASP.NET web program. Which of the following web program creation options is the best choice?



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Correct Answer: A Web Project
Explanation
If you use the Web Site option, there will be fewer directories – you will not see the bin and obj directories. In case of Web Project, you will actually find a Firstweb.dll in the bin directory.
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