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   I am a beginner in .NET ...I have read lots of documents but i couldn't figure out ...difference between Web Form and Web Service or Windows Form and Windows Service.If somebody could explain it to me with example.

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User interface is the main difference ;;)."Forms" have UI and "Services" doesnt have any interface.WinServices runs at background.A UserInterfaced appl can access this winservice and then get some info.Similarly WebServices can be on a different machine,where most of the business logic exists and Web App on a different machine.WebServices can be thoguht of a DLL !!! on a different machine.
WinForms--Your calculator
WinServices-can be a server application running on background or a KeyLogger!!! running hidden as a service.
Webforms/WebApps--Some WebSite
WinService--can contain all the business logic of some webapps.More than one WebApps can use the same web service

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