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example of displaying same collection twice on same page?

 
Ken Hartz
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Can anyone provide a quick code example of how to display the same collection twice in the same page using 2 <c:foreach loops?
 
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Use 2 <c:forEach> loops.

What collection is being sent to the page? Most can be iterated over as many times as you'd like, excluding Iterator and Enumeration.
 
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Thanks for the response. This relates to our last conversation on iterating over an instance of Map.Entry object. You had stated that a converted ResultSet object to Result object passed to a JSP is an instance of the Map object.

Can you show sample code of simply displaying the above type of list twice in the same page (same list) with using 2 <c:foreach loops?

This seems like a simple issue but I just can't seem get the second <c:foreach loop to display that same list. Can you get 2 separate <c:foreach loops in one page that display the same list in 2 separate areas of page etc...?
 
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The test code that I showed in that topic can be placed on the page as many times as you'd like.

Since this is a continuation of that topic, I'm going to close this one so that the conversation can continue in the original.
 
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