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hi.. as per the Marcus notes..

this will print the "cat". but i do wonder does it print at all because we have not retrived it from any scope..?
somebody please run the code and let me know if it prints.. :roll: .. unfortunately right now i do not have any appserver with me..
i guess usually EL will look for variables in page scope..
so waiting for the response....
[ September 26, 2008: Message edited by: Sarat Koduri ]
 
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Originally posted by Sarat Koduri:
[QB]hi.. as per the Marcus notes..

yes.this will print cat.

by default...first it will search in page...if it can not find...it will get from request...

Hope it Helps

 
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Thank you very much..
 
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