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    Hi all,

    Just wanted to talk a bit about ASP.Net Event Handlers:

    An event handler is basically a action that takes place after a event is triggered i.e. a piece of code of executed following some action triggered by the user.

    For example: After clicking on the ‘Submit’ button on a web page, all the information in the various fields on that page are submitted back to the server. So, the event here is the clicking of the ‘Submit’ button and the action to that is submission of the information back to the user.

    Another example could be, that a piece of code is executed every time a page is loaded.

    As piece of code here could be to display the current time and date every time a page is loaded, you can easily do this by using the ‘Page_Load’ event handler of ASP.NET and then writing the relevant code in it

    Any comments/suggestions/corrections welcome

    Some information from www.411asp.net

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    Hello Everyone,

    For sometime now, I have been posting various things in this thread about ASP.NET.

    However now I feel the time is ripe to stop talking about it, as already much has been said.

    For those who are interested in learning more about ASP.NET, here is a list of sites in no particular order that I have found extremely useful myself.

    www.w3schools.com
    www.aspalliance.com
    www.411asp.net
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    www.msdn.microsoft.com/asp.net
    www.4guysfromrolla.com
    www.asp101.com
    www.asp.net

    Hope you all have a great time learning ASP.NET, Good Luck & Have fun
    Last edited by HTML; 02-05-2007 at 11:55 AM.



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