But it is true that the error is there. If you are going to write the code in the form of the html, then you would have something to check for. But if you were to check the form and find an error, then there is no need to check the form at all.
But it is true that the error is there, because when you are checking the form you are only showing the form, which is a simple form, but an error can come from a completely different part of the code. For example, in our first example we were checking if the form was getting a postback.
But on the form, it doesn’t matter that the code is a little bit different. What matters is that the form is getting a postback. It could be a server side code, or it could be the user input.
The problem is that since we are checking the same form in two different places, we are only showing the form, which is a simple form, but an error can come from a completely different part of the code. In our first example, we were checking if the form was getting a postback. But on the form, it doesnt matter that the code is a little bit different. What matters is that the form is getting a postback.
The same thing can happen with the form. The same form can have a few different inputs set up. If we are checking it in two different places, then we are only checking one of those places. But if we are checking both places, then the code is getting a postback. This can happen with any form.