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how can i see the source code of the application which is in article section

There is a link to the left of the page near the top of the Article, titled "Browse Code", that would be worth clicking.
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Maheswari_Pandian 15-Jul-14 5:59am    
I clicked that Link, But it tells "No downloads associated with this content" .Thanks for reply,
Normally there is a link near the top of the article which provides a download of the associated code - it's usually just above the "Introduction section:[^]
This should download a ZIP file for you.
If there isn't an obvious one, then we would need a link to the article to identify where it is on that specific document.

Do note that some articles do not include a download - it isn't compulsory!
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Maheswari_Pandian 15-Jul-14 2:35am    
suppose i want to see the source means what can i do?
OriginalGriff 15-Jul-14 2:41am    
Click the link, download the ZIP file, open the file, and it should be there.
You can't "see" it in a browser because you would need to modify, compile and run it - and that means code in a format you can load into VS for example.

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