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Doubts in EL

 
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Hi Ranchers


I have some doubts in EL.

1. Is EL case sensitive?
2. In EL [] Notation can we use single quotes? we always use strings or something that can be evaluated? what is the need for single quotes?
3. Consider the expression ${7<foo} ? How will EL evaluate the expression?
4. How does EL evaluate${myDog.name and true} assuming mydog.name is a valid string?


Thanks
James
 
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Sounds like homework to me. What are your answers?
 
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Yeah, I'd have to say that simply trying these things would be *substantially* quicker than waiting for someone else to answer them!
 
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Thanks, I wrote some code to clarify the doubts.
 
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