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    some similarities with php


    I felt like there are some similarities in syntax like PHP, ain't it? or it may be early?
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    Re: some similarities with php


    Not only are there similarities with PHP, but a ton of similarities with core JavaScript code. In the few articles about JSP that I've read, comparisons are frequently made to C++, but for those of us who aren't C++ programmers, that means little. Lots of us have used JavaScript on the client-side, though.

    All that aside, fantastic tutorial. Because I do have a pretty good grasp on JavaScript, I'm finding that JSP is much less daunting than I thought it would be, and the authors' breezy yet informative writing style is very effective.

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    The JSP Files (part 3): Black Light And White Rabbits


    The JSP Files \(part 3\): Black Light And White Rabbits Hello sir

    Nice to read your article.It
    was very worth reading.It will very much
    helpful if you could develop article
    regarding "tagincludes in jsp" with some
    easy practical examples
    You can read the article here .
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    Re: some similarities with php


    I couldn't agree more with Doug. I feel pretty proficient with JavaScript, and this tutorial so far has been some review and some picking up where JavaScript's road came to an end.

    As for PHP, I do see some similarities, but I think PHP lends itself more to Perl - well - a balance between Perl, Java, and C. One reason why I love PHP so much...

    And the author of this series does have a great style for presenting material to us... thanks a lot... on to part 4
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    Re: some similarities with php


    Having done some programming in java, jsp is really a piece of cake :o) - at least so far.<p>
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    I fail to see many similarities between php, jsp. I find jsp and asp extraordinarilly similar. Of course, thay say that microsoft stole the idea for asp from allaire, and sun stole it from microsoft. No wonder!<p>
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    PHP is great! and there is tons of open source code out there. As today, it is still hard to find a decent jsp hosting solution. But, what does the future hold for us?<p>
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    Greetings
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    trim()


    I spent ages get the this simple bit of code working it should read

    someString = someString.toUpperCase();

    not

    someString.toUpperCase();

    as described in the tutorial.
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    Part 3 has neds converted <% tags


    Part 3 of this series has some of the <% around the code making it invisible in the browser. You can see the actual code by looking at the source, but hopefully someone will fix this.
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    am I th only one who can't see the example text?


    I only see white lines instead of the example code, but IF I use the "View Source" option of my browser, the codes are there
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    JSP Tutorial


    Fantastic tutorial . The authors have done a great job. Learning Jsp seems very interesting now . Kudos to u
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    Many of the examples do not show...


    Many of the examples do not show in my browser, I have to view the source to read them...
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    can't see examples


    me, too, why can't i see the examples
    how to do to see it ?
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    The JSP Files (part 3): Black Light And White Rabbits


    The JSP Files \(part 3\): Black Light And White Rabbits

    This week, learn all about the different types of loops supported by JSP, and also expand your knowledge of the various String object methods. Finally, take a quick tour of the JSP Response object in preparation for learning how JSP handles form data.

    Please discuss this article in this thread. You can read the article here .

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