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hi,
i am recently started web development,when I try web development thru struts i face problem in tags there so many tags are there and in jstl ,in j2ee(eg:<jsp:usebean>) ,also so many tags are there.

how actaualy developer use tags?

how they remember?
 
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Consistent use brings memorization.

Lots of developers keep development notebooks/journals where they can keep track of things they've used. I do that and also keep a wiki where I can document things I learn--writing this type of stuff down provides the brain additional input and another way to reinforce memory.
 
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hi,
thanks David for advise.
 
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