C# - Comments Slow Down The Execution Time Of Webpages?

Nov 5, 2010

This might be a pretty strange question in the eyes of some of you out here, but I really wonder if comments in my code will slow down the execution time of the pages I make.I have some Classes / WebControls that required alot of comments to make everything clear and quickly readable to other people that will have to deal with my code and now wonder how ASP.Net deals with my comments. Will comments be stripped from my code at compile time or how is this all done?I should be more specific: I mean comments in my code-behind in C#.

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