Viewstate, DOT NET Programming

What is ViewState?

The Viewstate is built-in structure for automatically retaining the values among the multiple requests for the similar page. The viewstate is internally maintained as a hidden field on the page but is hashed, by providing big security than developer-implemented hidden fields do.

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