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Model View Controller - MVC Framework

Posted By: King     Posted Date: September 24, 2012    Points: 2   Category :MVC
This article furnishes the information about the Model View Controller (MVC) and the overview of Asp.Net MVC framework . All the basic information about MVC is covered in this article.

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Dear All,

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public string Name { get; set; }

public string sex {get;set;}


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so i want to transfers presentation model to view (use IList and IEnumberable), how can i do? after i want to display data from database, how can i do ?



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