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Default Masterpage Question and Misprint on page 269

Just a quick note: you probably already caught this but on page 269 at the top of the page below C# is printed the directive: <%@ Master Language="VB">

My question is: and I know that this may not seem important but...
When I use Masterpages, in the header section that is sent back to the browser, there are no line breaks. When I view the source, the head in my html document is one long string. On my masterpage I am using runat = "server".

Is this by design and am I the only one that noticed this? I know that this is not extremely important, but it is just weird behavior.





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