Cookies provide a means in Web applications to store user-specific information, such as history or user preferences. A cookie is a small bit of text that accompanies requests and responses as they go between the Web server and client. The cookie contains information that the Web application can read whenever the user visits the site. The browser manages the cookies on client computers. Cookies are sent to the client using the HttpResponse object, which exposes a property called Cookies.
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Cookies are small pieces of text that are passed between browser and web server with every request. Cookies are commonly used to store relatively small amounts of data such as user preferences which help the site remember which features to turn on or off, for example. They might be used to record the fact that the current user has authenticated and is allowed to access restricted areas of the site, or that the user has accepted cookies. The storage duration of a cookie is determined by the type of cookie and the expiry date that it is given.
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Cookies can be used to manage the state of a web page storing preferences, user information, etc. With ASP. NET, a web page gets a Request. Cookies CookieCollection of updates as a property of the HttpResponse object.