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comparison between JSP and Servlet

 
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Hello
i need to know the comparison between JSP and Servlet. JSP also internally converting to Servlet then what is the difference.
 
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I have some ideas. JSP is not difference from Servlet. When you design web page, it is easy to use JSP than Servlet. You can embed JSP code in HTML code while servlet can't. JSP is the same to ASP.
 
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What's the difference between C and Pascal. Both get converted to executable code.
 
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Check out this link dealing with the same topic. You can also seach for "Jsp Servlet better" for more of the same. Basically they may be the same internally, but each has its own purpose. If you still have questions after checking out the links, post again.
 
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