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This is probably really simple, but I'm reading Head First: Servlet's and JSP and I understand how this works.
Where there is an attribute of type person that has a property that is an object of type Dog that has a property that is a string which holds his name. In that case it's going to print out the person's dog's name.
What confuses me, and it's really just a side question, is how to do that with .
This obviously doesn't work because it goes from inner most expression outwards.
And prints out nothing because there is no property in the person object that has the same name as say Clifford.
Thanks for you help ahead of time. If I figure it out before anyone replies I'll post my own answer.
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