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MSIL is the CPU-independent instruction set into which .Net Framework programs are compiled. It contains instructions for loading, storing, initializing, and calling methods on objects.

Combined with metadata and the common type system, MSIL allows for true cross-language integration.

Prior to execution, MSIL is converted to machine code. It is not interpreted.

The .Net Framework ships with a windows shell extension for viewing the assembly cache. Navigating to % windir%\assembly with the Windows Explorer activates the viewer.
Garbage collection is a mechanism that allows the computer to detect when an object can no longer be accessed. It then automatically releases the memory used by that object (as well as calling a clean-up routine, called a "finalizer", which is written by the user). Some garbage collectors, like the one used by .Net, compacts memory and therefore decrease your programs working set.
By default, ASP.Net submits a form to the same page. In cross-page posting, the form is submitted to a different page. This is done by setting the PostBackUrl property of the button(that causes postback) to the desired page. In the code-behind of the page to which the form has been posted, use the FindControl method of the PreviousPage property to reference the data of the control in the first page.
Yes. To change a master page, set the MasterPageFile property to point to the .master page during the PreInit page event.
To remove themes from your page, use the EnableTheming attribute of the Page directive.
No. However it does support a dataset.
The AutoEventWireUp is a boolean attribute that allows automatic wireup of page events when this attribute is set to true on the page. It is set to True by default for a C# web form whereas it is set as False for VB.Net forms. Pages developed with Visual Studio .Net have this attribute set to false, and page events are individually tied to handlers.
ASP.Net invalidates the existing cache and assembles a new cache. Then ASP.Net automatically restarts the application to apply the changes.
The default is 30 seconds. The time in seconds to wait for the command to execute.
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