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How to implement conditional viewing using <div> in jsp??
I am trying to implent a simple form submission using struts MVC. where i dont want to display the mailing list checkbox if country is selected as INDIA. I am a beginer in scripting languages. so please help me.. the code is given below



i have written a differnt country class for the country selection and another action page for populating the values in the success page.
 
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Use JSTL's if tag . by the way: I strongly suggest you to include JSTL jars in your webapplication's lib folder. I promise, it would be very helpful to you.
 
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Seetharaman Venkatasamy wrote:Use JSTL's if tag . by the way: I strongly suggest you to include JSTL jars in your webapplication's lib folder. I promise, it would be very helpful to you.





Befor i go for JSTL i tried this using html/jsp only..

 
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