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At the top of the Razor code file (*.cshtml), you specify the model, or the type, that the page requires to do it's job, if any data is needed for that page.

When you define a view model to pass to the page, you're just defining a custom type.

So, if all you're doing is passing in an integer to the page, or a string, at the top of the .cshtml page, you just telling to expect that type:
@model int

or
@model string

Then in your Razor code, you just use Model anywhere you need that value, just like using any other view model class.

To pass that value from your Controller, you just pass whatever that data is, no different than you pass any other object (class instance).
return View(100);

return View("Some string");

return View(myStringVariable)


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