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Empty string for value="" valid in c:set?

 
Allen Williams
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My JSP is throwing an exception that seems to be in an included file. I say seems, because the file name and page number are messed up. Anyway, I think I've tracked it down by incrementally commenting stuff out to a tag that looks like this:



So, my question is: is it illegal to have a zero-length string as a value? Seems odd, but when I comment out a line like this, I get further.

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Sorry. Never mind. I had var="", not value="" (well, I had both, it just took me a while to see it).
 
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