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How to dynamically create HTML file from the code ?

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 17, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
Hi all,Precisely and concisely, I have aspx page that has only one button "Generate". If the user clicked on this button, one HTML page should be created. The created HTML page should have title "Home" and the Body should contain "Hello World". 1) What is the code that should be written inside "Generate" button in order to accomplish this functionality? 2) Assuming the HTML page gets created, How to store it inside specific folder on the local drive? Or how to store it inside DB? I would greatly appreciate any constructive input!

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