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JSP/Servlet/JSTL specs r very big?

hasan khan
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Joined: Aug 04, 2003
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JSP/Servlet/JSTL specs are very big.
i think there are more than 1000 pages in all the 3 specs pdf files.

i dont have enough time for going through complete specs.

can any one tell me the important topics or page no. or SRV no. that are required to have a look?
[ February 02, 2006: Message edited by: hasaN khaN ]

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Bimal Patel
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Joined: Aug 29, 2003
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Hi,

Have you used HFSJ? Or any other web developer certification book? If not then buy one. I would strongly suggest HFSJ. It has covered more than 95% of the topics. In my case, I've not at all refered the specs which is not good at the same time. If I had time for that, I would obviously go for that. You're in the same position I guess. So, I would suggest to read such topics from any of the certification or JSP/Servlet book.


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hasan khan
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i have gone through HFS/J many times. and yesterday only i have appeared for the mock exam given at the end of the book and i have secured 76%. is this enough for going to real exam.
Christophe Verré
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Enough, according to many ranchers who finally scored +20% compared to their result at the same mock. So you'll score 96%


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Bimal Patel
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Hi,

I totally agree!! All the best!!
 
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