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Beginning ASP.NET 3.5 in C# 2008: From Novice to Professional, Second Edition by Matthew MacDonald

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4.6. Visual Studio Debugging

Once you've created an application, you can compile and run it by choosing Debug Start Debugging from the menu or by clicking the Start Debugging button on the toolbar (which looks like a DVD-style play button). Visual Studio launches your default web browser and requests the page that's currently selected in the Solution Explorer. This is a handy trick—if you're in the middle of coding SalesPage1.aspx, you'll see SalesPage1.aspx appear in the browser, not the Default.aspx home page.

The first time you launch a web application, Visual Studio will ask you whether you want to configure your web application to allow ...

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