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Doubt on Qno-:5 Pno-:487(HFS&JSP)  RSS feed

 
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Following is the question given in HFS&JSP

Now we have to decide the <body-content> of each tag that can be used in tld.

HFS&JSP says

For tag1
body-content is JSP

For tag2
body-content is empty
body-content is JSP
body-content is scriptless


For tag3
body-content is JSP
body-content is scriptless

I have a doubt in tag2 shown by bold.
Tag2 does not have body so it is empty.
Then how its body-content can be JSP and scriptless?

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Even if you define body-content = JSP or scriptless, <my:tag2 a="47"/> would be legal.
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