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Using MVC2, when might I inherit from ActionResult?

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I am trying to establish a short internal list of good coding practices with MVC2, and am wondering when I might want to inherit from ActionResult?  I am meaning when wouild I want a Controller to return our own class that is a descendant from ActionResult.

Likewise, when might I want to use ActionResult as is?


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