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Code examples: a brilliant wheeze which had me puzzled for some time as I wondered why "Page_Load" and not "Page1_Load" and which Visual Studio project template would finally get to recognise various elements of the code. I eventually cottoned on that I needed an ASP.NET project type. Something that did not come to mind immediately since web services have never really much interested me up to present - my interest has been predominantly stand-alone applications and more recently WPF. We all make assumptions from time to time and sometimes mistaken assumptions lead to talking at cross purposes - which can be the cause of much laughter afterwards. Perhaps a brief mention, 4 or 5 words such as "Code based on ASP.NET project", might have helped avoid such a misunderstanding.

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