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what is the task of properties.OpenWeb() function?

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I am really newbie to share point.And i know i may ask some really simple questions but the fact is that i don't what that does.

and be sure that i have googled , but as you know the sharepoint references are not too much.So i apologize if asking stupid questions.

Brainstorm your Brain and find solution,if no result stuck to Brainstormer.

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