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C#.NET + FileUpload Control + Save To Folder

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I want to add a FileUpload Control where a user can upload an image, i want to save the image in a folder inside the web site structure - ie folder = images - how can i do this?
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thanks this link and this line was what i was looking for

http://www.dotnetspider.com/resources/28093-FileUpload-control-ASP-NET-web-form-using-c.aspx

UPLOAD_PATH = Server.MapPath("~/UploadedDocs") + "/";
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