What is prerender event of a page?
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Answer / srinivas
For every request to .aspx page the ASP.NET work processor
will create a new instance of the corresponding page class
object, once the request is executed the object of page
class is destroyed automatically, the page object life cycle
is controlled by its page life cycle events those are:
Page_Prerender: After page executed and before rendering the
output values to the the requested browser this event executes
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Answer / pk
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