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    Once again very nice.


    Great job. I cant wiat for you to get in deeper!
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    For the comparison operators, you don't actually use (ampersand)gt; do you? You use the greater than symbol, right? Same for the others, they are appearing as HTML code when I view it on page 2.

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    great intro


    Yet again DevShed writers have provided an adequate springboard for beginners. This JSP tutorial is great. It is well rounded and simple to comprehend. You guys ever consider writing texts..?

    One thing though...Attack Of The Killer Fortune Cookies..., seriously thought the tut was going to be on cookies, should have picked that guys...either way great introductory tutorial, keep up the great work.
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    That is what I thought as well - But cookies are bit far away - by the looks of it!!
    AK Khatri
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    The JSP Files (part 2): Attack Of The Killer Fortune Cookies


    The JSP Files \(part 2\): Attack Of The Killer Fortune Cookies

    The second part of our introductory JSP tutorial discusses arithmetic, logical and comparison operators, together with simple examples and illustrations. You'll also learn the basics of JSP's numerous conditional expressions, including the "if", "if-else" and "switch" statements, and find out a little more about the String object.

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

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