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Default running my application

hey guys i hope this is the right place to post this.I just finished my first asp.net website a while ago and i really really really enjoyed working asp.net.Now like every application,u finish and u wait for the replies from the clients..bugs..good...not a big deal..whats freaking my out is that everytime i correct anything i need to copy the whole project and paste it again on the server..now the project isnt that big..around 40mb including the images and other stuff...now i herd that i can only use the .DLL file in my application and put them on the server without copying the source codes and other stuff,,,i really dont have a clue what i am talking about so if u can help me out or point me to this or any other direction i will appreciate that..thanks in advance..






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