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"JSP" or "jsp" or both for "body-content"

 
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Anand Chawla's Mock Exam
Question 47
The Default value for body-content element of tag library descriptor is
A empty
B jsp
C tagdependent
D none of these

Anand Chawla think B is the right answer;
However, according to the JSP specifications P114:
JSP instead of jsp
Should be "JSP" or both of them are right?
 
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it should be JSP
 
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JSP in call capital letters.
You should know these values for the exam and what they allow a JSP page to do by defining each of them (i.e. tagdependent implies the tag will handle the content itself. But what else does this imply?)
 
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