Application object and its difference from cache object, DOT NET Programming

What is an application object & how it is different from cache object?

The Application object can be used in many situations where we want the data to be shared across users globally.

The main basic difference between the Cache and the Application objects is that the Cache object provides cache-specific features, like dependencies and expiration policies while the Application does not.

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