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Lightbulb BIND attribute (page 83)

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According the code snippet 1-46 due to add bind attribute, I get an compiler error because of missing reference to an assembly. Which assembly hosts BIND?

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Default using MVC

That would be in System.Web.Mvc
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Which assembly hosts BIND?
If you're using Visual Studio you can always place your mouse on the key word in question and press CTRL+period. VS will give you the option of using the fully qualified key word or include the assembly.
 


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