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Hi,

    can anyone explain me what does the following code do??

if( !IsPostBack )
       {
ControlTextFormater f = new ControlTextFormaterPage.Request.PhysicalApplicatio nPath,this);
OPartGroup partGroup = PartLabourSystem.CreatePartGroupObject();
Session["PartGroup"] = partGroup;
for(int index =0; index< PartGroup_GroupType.Items.Count; index++)
    {
PartGroup_GroupType.Items[index].Text = TranslatePartGroup_GroupType.Items[index].Text);
    }
        }

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