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    If .aspx files are compiled, then where are they stored?

    I want to have a look at them...
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    I don't get what u mean... the .aspx pages can be viewed like .asp pages, with any text editor...

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    Hello, dhtmlgod !!!

    ASP amd ASPX files are plane text files.
    But as far as I know .ASPX files are compiled,
    when they are first requested by a browser.
    Compiled file - means a diferant file.
    Like in C/C++ you write a plane .c/.cpp file,
    and then you get executable .exe/.com file.

    Sinse .ASPX files are compiled, then there must be
    some location where these compiled files are stored.

    I hope you know the diferance between interpreted and compiled files.

    .ASP file are interpreted line by line and executed line by line.
    .ASPX files are compiled as a whole file.
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    umm...

    Is it just me or are there others that are not really interested in .NET?!?
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    It's just you :P .NET may be Microsoft's latest (and probably greatest) attempt to take over the world but it does pose a lot of interesting new challenges for web developers - which is what this forum is about

    Incidentally that power puff girl in your avatar rocks

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    lol...

    rofl...ITS NOT A POWERPUFF GIRL (tired of ALWAYS saying it... ) ITS BASIL (powerpuff BOY...ACK!)

    oh well seems like you accidently spelt categorized wrong in your signature
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    OMG I can't believe I got that wrong - I'm a massive Power Puff Girls fan, thought your Buttercup looked a bit odd

    And I spelt categorised right, just spelt it with the UK spelling

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    I think that ASP .NET compiles the code and places it into its cache. Each time the page is request it simply check the timestamp for last modification of the .ASPX file. If it was "touched" after compiled code is created it needs to be recompiled - else simply run the compiled code.
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