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c:out how to print the values in string

 
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i have string array
<% String [] mystring = {"one","two","threee" }; %>

and i have defined it a variable using
<c:set var="numbers" value="${mystring}" />

and i want to print(acess) the value in string array
<c ut value="${numbers}" /> and which is not working out.
i dont understand how to access the values if the type string array.

I appreciate your time if some shows me how to access the values in an array.
 
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where n is the array ordinal.

If you are going to use the EL, I'd suggest you get a copy of the JSP Spec to learn how to write EL expressions.

Also, please be sure to click the disable smilies checkbox when posting code. It will make your <c:out> tags look considerably less surprised
 
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Hello Bear Bibeault,
thanks for ur reply.
infact i tried that i dont know why it is not working .I am using sun one app server.

here is the code what i have

<% String [] tipReport = {"Transaction Detail","Reference/Batch Summary","Card Type Summary"};
%>

<c:setvar="exportMethod" value="${tipReport}" scope= "request"/>
<c:out value="${exportMethod[0]}" />

i dont understand where i am lost .
 
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"It is not working" is one of the most useless phrases in the english language. What is it doing, and what are you expecting?
 
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JSTL can't access variables created in scriptlet. It can only accses scoped attributes. The easiest way to get a java object into a space that jstl can access is by a setAttribute() call.
<%
String [] tipReport = {"Transaction Detail","Reference/Batch Summary","Card Type Summary"};
pageContext.setAttribute("tipReport", tipReport);
%>
<c:out value="${tipReport[0]}" />


The <c:set> tag works well if what you are after is a string, and you nest it between like this: <c:set var="userName"><%= user.getName() %></c:set>
But it won't work in this case.
[ May 02, 2006: Message edited by: Stefan Evans ]
 
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i am expecting it to write the value at the index 0 in the string array exportMethod. what i am doing is also that i beleive.

<c:out value="${exportMethod[0]}" />
 
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Well, as Stefan pointed out (good catch), your <c:set> will not work as you cannot access scripting variables from the EL.

Why are you creating the array in a scripting variable to begin with? You should be creating a scoped variable in a servlet controller for the page, or at best in a bean.
 
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Stefan Evans ,

Great and thanks ,what i was trying is to define string array with c:set tag and now i learnt that it not possible.
another thing you told me well is that i have to set the scope.


thanks
 
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good explanation Stefan Evans!
 
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