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ASP.NET for Web Designers by Peter Ladka

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Summary

This chapter has covered a lot of ground, from variables to branch statements, loops, and functions. These become part of a good tool box for you to have when trying to build your ASP.NET applications.

What has been presented is by no means exhaustive. If it were, it would have to contain the full SDK—which is around 110 megabytes of data. I have given you a base understanding of many of the common skills you’ll need. As you move on and venture out to build your own application, you will build on these techniques and probably throw a zillion compiler errors in the process. Pushing through this and forcing yourself to learn ASP.NET is the process that will make you a better code writer, and it is all part of the fun of creating ASP.NET ...

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