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I have two roles : "Redayonly", "ReadandUpdate"

I've like to hide a update button on the page if the user is in "Readonly"Role.

How can I do this in the code behind page?  Can you prove me some code examples in C#?
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If you're using VS 2005:

if (Page.User.IsInRole("Readonly"))
{
       button.Visible = false;
}
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