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1. What are HTML helpers in MVC?
HTML helpers help you to render HTML controls in the view. For instance if you
want to display a HTML textbox on the view , below is the HTML helper code.

<%= Html.TextBox("LastName") %>

For checkbox below is the HTML helper code. In this way we have HTML helper
methods for every HTML control that exists.

<%= Html.CheckBox("Married") %>

2. What is routing in MVC?
Routing helps you to define a URL structure and map the URL with the controller.

For instance let’s say we want that when a user types
“http://localhost/View/ViewCustomer/”, it goes to the “Customer” Controller and
invokes the DisplayCustomer action. This is defined by adding an entry in to
the routes collection using the maproute function. Below is the underlined code
which shows how the URL structure and mapping with controller and action is

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"View", // Route name
"View/ViewCustomer/{id}", // URL with parameters
new { controller = "Customer", action = "DisplayCustomer",
id = UrlParameter.Optional }); // Parameter defaults

3. Where is the route mapping code written?

The route mapping code is written in "RouteConfig.cs" file and registered using
"global.asax" application start event.

4. Ca e ap ultiple URL’s to the sa e actio ?

Yes, you can, you just need to make two entries with different key names and
specify the same controller and action.

5. What is difference between TempData and ViewData ?

“TempData” maintains data for the complete request while “ViewData” maintains
data only from Controller to the view.

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