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How to use JSTL in the JSP?

 
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Can anyone tell me how to use "JSTL" in the JSP...

What are all the jars i need to include in my lib...???

Also Please mention the procedure ....


Thanks in advance for all of you guys....


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Chetan.
 
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JSTL provides an effective way to embed logic within a JSP page without using embedded Java code directly. The use of a standardised tag set, rather than breaking in and out of Java code leads to more maintainable code and enables separation of concerns between the development of the application code and user interface.

no need of scriptlets at all ...

just check these link to get a start ...
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See the entries in the JSP FAQ on this subject.
 
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