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JWeb+ Question ID :1000054920980

R K Singh
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Joined: Oct 15, 2001
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Write the name of the directive that allows the current page to access an implicit variable named "exception".
I worte "isErrorPage"
it says wrong and gives correct answer "page"
but then in explanation it says :
You can add:
<%@page isErrorPage="true"%> to the current page to make it an error page and then it can access the 'exception' variable.
I think I am right and explantion is also right but the answer it is giving is wrong.

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Paul Anilprem
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Hi Ravish,
Both, the answer and the explanation, are correct. The question is asking about directive and isErrorPage is not a directive. It is an attribute of the page directive. But I see that it is a bit confusing and it should be made clear in the problem statement.
[ June 25, 2002: Message edited by: Paul Anil ]

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R K Singh
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No Paul you are right ..
I was wrong
it clearly says which directive, NOT directive attribute.
and I think these exams are here to make us confuse
I mean so that in real exam we read everything carefully.
Thanks a lot
edited: But it is too much confusing .. on second thought.
[ June 25, 2002: Message edited by: Ravish Kumar ]
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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