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Old October 2nd, 2005, 12:23 AM
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Default page load() task

hi,
i am using and Visual Studio.NET environment for web application development using c#.
i am developing a asp.net web page project and using c# as the script language.
i want to know whether there is a way around to use page_load() method
 within <script> tag on the webform1.aspx page to display some welcome message, overpowering the page_load() method
on the webform1.cs page.
 
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