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Rajesh Veluchamy
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Joined: Jan 15, 2008
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i don't know whether is not working for me only or for everyone...

the output is : "Hello! The time is now"

then what is the use of "<%= getDate() %>" code?


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Bryce Martin
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it is a scriptlet that calls a date function and prints the date. I hope you get an A
Ben Souther
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When I run it, I see this:
Hello! The time is now Wed Jan 23 08:27:38 EST 2008


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