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Detecting Refresh or Postback in ASP.NET

, , 25 Mar 2010 CPOL
This article will first explain the fundamentals of how to solve the above problem and later this article will go in depth of how the source code looks like.

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Shivprasad koirala
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Archak Sainanee
Software Developer (Senior) Lionbridge
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I am an engineer at a midsized software firm.
My preferred language of choice is T-SQL.
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