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<c:forTokens> on the exam?

 
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Is <c:forTokens> JSTL core library on the exam?
I don't see it from Head First book, but it is on Frit's notes section 8.3.4.2.
 
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I don't know about the Java EE 6 version of the exam, but this tag was not on the Java EE 5 version of the exam. But it's just a tag which you can learn, doesn't hurt to learn something extra
 
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It is always difficult to say which tags will be on the exam which won't. Everybody will get a different set of questions.

Fact is that JSTL v1.2 is part of the EE6 WCD specifications that is required for this exam. Theoretically you can get questions on all tags from JSTL.
 
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