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Platform : ASP.NET
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Category : Basic

What is the different between <%# %> and <%= %>

The <%# %> is used for databinding where as <%= %> is used to output the result of an expression. The expression inside <%# %> will be executed only when you call the page’s or control’s DataBind method. The expression inside <%= %> will be executed and displayed as and when it appears in the page.

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