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QuestionHow do you debug a single ASPX file? Pin
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To the best of knowledge

You have the web form, which is HTML and combinations of asp.net objects, similar to a PHP page
and code behind forms, that you write code in. asp.net objects can link to code behind using handlers, that point the code to the web form object.

The objects in asp.net, can be used 2 ways, on the web form as a HTML type of element, or in code behind in pure code.

When you run your project, asp.net will compile your code as various DLL files, and store them on the c drive under windows\Microsoft asp.net.

To debug your project, you press F5 using Visual Studio, you have to load the page you want to debug first, and set a break point by pressing F9 on the line of code you want. I think you can only debug code behind pages.
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QuestionHow to open an existing excel file (not in the browser) in a new window from ASP.NET 3.5 with C# Pin
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QuestionASP.NET EXPORT TO EXCEL Pin
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QuestionMaintaining Variables Pin
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