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Literal ltrlCloseWindowText = (Literal)this.Page.Master.FindControl("ltrlCloseWindowText");
Posted 7-Nov-12 21:37pm
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Solution 2

Read from bottom to top. I hope you will understand this weirdly written explanation. if not let me know and I will try to put it in another form.

P.S. I broke the line of code and explained each segment.
// 4. create a literal control variable to hold a literal control we find from somewhere else
Literal ltrlCloseWindowText 
// 3. assignment
// 2. type cast the generic control type to literal control
// 1. Find a control names ltrlCloseWindowText in the masterpage associated with this page.
in short, we want to find the value associated with some literal control named ltrlCloseWindowText in masterpage and use it in content page.
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Solution 1

It searches for and if found returns the control with ID ltrlCloseWindowText. The control is expected to be of control type Literal.

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