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Mamadou Touré
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I`m reading the HFJS first version. After doing a mock exam at the end of each chapter, I look to answers to know why my response was wrong. But I noticed sometimes (exemple in page 561 question 6) in the answer explanation they give some reference like (JSP V2.0 pg. 2-64). I go to page 64, but I don`t see anything related to the response, what does this referece (JSP V2.0 pg. 2-64) mean then? Is it reffering to another book ?

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Aum Tao
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It refers to the specification
http://jcp.org/aboutJava/communityprocess/final/jsr152/
[ December 07, 2008: Message edited by: Prateek Parekh ]

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Mamadou Touré
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I clicked on the link, but I haven't seen anything related to JSP ( I was expecting to see a document about it).
mani vannan
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They refer to the JSP 2.0 specification. You can download the specification (a pdf file) and go to the specified page number.


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