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The basic syntax of Assembly directive is: The Import directive imports a namespace into a web page, user control page of application.If the Import directive is specified in the file, then it is applied to the entire application.
Event handler is coded to respond to an event, and take appropriate action on it. When the items into a list box are loaded using strings like: lstcolor. Add("Blue"), then both the Text and Value properties of the list item are set to the string value you specify.The ASP tag for a button control: Some events cause the form to be posted back to the server immediately, these are called the postback events. For example, the change events or selection events such as Text Box. The default event for the Page object is Load event. For example, default event for the button control is the Click event. Common properties of List Item Collection: A radio button list presents a list of mutually exclusive options.The default event handler could be created in Visual Studio, just by double clicking the control in design view. A check box list presents a list of independent options.By default, Visual Studio creates an event handler by including a Handles clause on the Sub procedure. To set it differently you must create a list item object and then add that item to the collection.This clause names the control and event that the procedure handles. Some events are not posted back to the server immediately, these are called non-postback events. The nonpostback events could be made to post back immediately by setting their Auto Post Back property to true. The List Item Collection Editor is used to add item to a drop-down list or list box. To display the collection editor, select edit item from the smart tag menu, or select the control and then click the ellipsis button from the Item property in the properties window.