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Default Understanding code-behind file

Hi there. I have question about aspx.cs code. Assume code is like :

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public partial class _Default : System.Web.UI.Page
{
    protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
    {

    }
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Class definition uses 'partial' access modifier . I want to know where is reminder of code. As you know when we use 'partial' keyword meant that somewhere else class have been developed.

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The other part is generated by Visual Studio based on the markup in the ASPX page.

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And am i not able to view it's code?
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You can look at the markup .... ;-)

The code that Visual Studio creates is (temporarily) stored on disk. Can't recall exactly where but a file search on your disk for recently changed files my bring something up.

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