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code-behind (uncountable)

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  1. (computing, programming) A technique in object-oriented programming in which the visual and back-end source code are stored in separate files, allowing designers and programmers to work independently. Code-behind is a technique used in Microsoft programming platforms, including ASP.NET and XAML, where the practice is facilitated by separating the visual and code aspects through the use of partial classes.