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Could anybody tell me how the null behaves for Relational expressions in
EL Expression.

I did some of experiments whose results are:

${false eq null} <br>==========false

${90 gt null} <br>=============false

${true != null} <br>============true

I'm not able to understand how null behaves for Relational expressions
 
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The best place to check this behaviour is in the JSP specification, section JSP.2.3 General Syntax of the Expression Language.
 
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