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Default Ch 9-but will learn more abt User Controls (ch 8)

Starting ch 9 today, (actually did some of it a week ago) but will continue to learn about user controls as they seem to be important like classes, since it's pretty awesome to be able to create reusable objects, that I can just drag into my web pages.
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Absolutely. Web server controls are simply pre-programmed classes. They simply have some extra stuff in them (which confuses me) that allows Visual Studio (and the Express tools) to provide a graphical interface for programming with them.
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