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Quiz Question 1 of 5 Please fill in the correct answer in each blank provided below. Bummer! Unfortunately, that answer is incorrect. Skip Quiz Review Video Get Help Next Question Given a controller named Home and an action method named About, calling the View method without any parameters will cause MVC to look for a view named Detail .cshtml in the “Views/ Shared ” folder.
Steven Parker220,937 Points
The answers are in the question.
Look at the capitalized words in the first part of the question:
"Given a controller named Home and an action method named About ..."
The controller name is also the subfolder in Views where the view files are kept.
The action method name is also the filename of the view file itself.