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Does the book cover starting JSP

William Brogden
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No, the book assumes you know something about servlets and JSP already. Naturally I can recommend a servlets and JSP book - heh heh.
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Do not know what Bill means by �heh heh book�, but I�ve heard that Java Developer's Guide to Servlets and JSP is pretty good

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