None of them have no scope....they are simple JSP implicit objects....to know how they are implicit please refer to HFSJ 295-296.....Also, the pageContext object(whose class type is PageContext) itself creates a scope(the 4th scope-page scope besides the already known 3) just as the application context object (class type ServletContext) creates context/application scope and so on.
When you use the term page scope you generally use it in connection to something which might be bound to this scope...e.g. an attribute bound to page scope [ December 13, 2006: Message edited by: Sayak Banerjee ]
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