JOBSEEKER?

An ASPX page contains the following snippet:

<asp:TextBox ID="Name" runat="server" />
<br />
<input id="Surname" type="text" />

Which of the following statements are true?

(Select all acceptable answers.)

Before being sent to the web browser, <asp:TextBox> is converted to an <input> element.
The content of the element Name is accessible from the code behind as Name.Text.
The content of the element Surname is accessible from the code behind as Surname.Text.
When the page is sent to a web browser, element name will have id "Name".
When the page is sent to a web browser, element surname will have id "Surname".
   

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ASP.NET Web Forms Web controls Public
Easy

2min

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