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Bobby Sharma
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Joined: Mar 18, 2008
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What html editor should I use to get rid of writing html code in
out.println() ?

I know there is some way so that I have not to write html pain code in
the function.

best regards,
omi


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Peter Johnson
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I know that the JBoss Tools plugin for Eclipse has a palette which contains, among other things, standard html constructs that you can apply to a jsp page.

But you also wrote about out.println(). Are you writing HTML output in your servlet code? That is not a good idea - you should leave html code to jsp files. And I don't know of any editor that will generate that code.


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Bobby Sharma
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Yea , the main problem is writing html into out.println() ,
it's horrible than writing assembler code.

best regards,
omi
 
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