.NET Interview Questions:- What is the sequence in which ASP.NET page life cycle is executed ?

.NET Interview Questions:- What is the sequence in which ASP.NET page life cycle is executed ?

Answer:
This is a great  and the most asked ASP.NET interview question. Out of 100 .NET interviews atleast 70 interviewer will ask this question. The answer is very simple but the problem with the answer is that developers forget the  sequence of ASP.NET page life cycle.The best way to remember this answer is by remembering the word SILVER.S (Well this word is just to make up the word , you can just skip this.)
I (Init)
L (Load)
V (Validate)
E (Event)
R (Render)Please see my 22 top Most asked Dotnet interview questions

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