How To Improve The Legacy Code Implementation, Response.Redirect

Nov 19, 2010

here is a legacy code which has following implementation Example1 and Example2.f we try to implement MSDN recommendation then the legacy code fails.

void Page_Load() {
if(condition) {
/// some condition
} else {

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