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Hello All,
I don't know if this is the right forum to ask my question since I have VS2008 and not VS11 but I'm going to go ahead and ask anyway. Please bear with me as this is my second attempt at creating a windows app. When I try to add a new class to my windows app I noticed that although I had given the class a name of InputValidation.cs, the name of the class within InputValidation.cs is Class1. The following code is what I see in my file:
using System;
 
public class Class1
{
	public Class1()
	{
	}
}
I tried to change it but there doesn't seem to be a way to. Why is it different from adding a new class to a web app where the name of the class is what ever the programmer entered? Thanks in advance for your reply.

modified 9-Feb-13 0:18am.

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