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How can i check the element in the list?  RSS feed

 
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Hi,how can i check the element ul.id in the currentRoleList without using for:each.Is that any jstl tag can do it like this: ${element in list} return type is boolean . Thanks.


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afaik, there's no such tag.
Moreover, I think it's better to put such logic outside JSP.
 
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Perhaps you would find some of the techniques described in this article helpful.
 
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