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Sabarish Kathiresapandian
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Hi, Can you please tell the correct answer for this question.

Q: <%@ page isELIgnored="true" %>
what is the effect ?

option A: The JSP containing this directive should not have any expression language code evaluated by the JSP container.

option B: This page will only turn off EL evaluation if the DD declares a <el-ignored>true</el-ignored> element with a URL pattern that includes this JSP.

what is the correct answer. Option A or B ?
 
Bear Bibeault
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What is your answer?
 
Sabarish Kathiresapandian
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My answer is A
 
Ben Souther
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I think you might be missing the point.
I don't think Bear really wanted to know your answer.

The questions at the end of a text book's chapters are there to help you determine whether or not you've learned what the chapter was designed to teach you. Often these are pre-requisites for the next chapter.
If you aren't 100% confident that you know the answer and can explain why your answer is correct, then you need to re-read that chapter. Continue doing so until you fully understand, not only the answer to the question but all the underlying concepts behind the question. If that chapter isn't reaching you, a Google search might bring you to a tutorial (or the JSP spec) that will explain the same thing but in a different way.

With that in mind, it really doesn't make sense to post these question to the forum.

If after reading the chapter several times, you still don't understand the question, then ask away, but don't post a multiple choice question to the forum. Tell us what you do understand and let us know what concept has you stumped. Also let us know what else you've read in an effort to understand the topic.
 
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