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    ASP.Net
    ASP.NET is a set of web application development technologies marketed by Microsoft.

    Microsoft has completely rebuilt ASP.NET, based on the Common Language Runtime (CLR) shared by all Microsoft .NET applications.

    Programmers can write ASP.NET code using any of the different programming languages supported by the .NET Framework, usually C#, Visual Basic.NET, or JScript .NET, but also including open-source languages such as Perl and Python.
     
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    As ASP.NET is an open-source server-side web application framework designed for web development to produce dynamic web pages.It has lots of advantages:
    -It makes the development simple and easy.
    -ASP supports Windows authentication and one can keep the applications secured.
    -It is easy to deploy since it consists of built-in configuration data.
    and many more…
    You can learn ASP.NET online from many sites like w3schools also if you want any help from developers,here’s the site you can go through it regarding any ASP.NET help” keenesystems “.
    Good Luck
     
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