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balamurugan velliambalam
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Hello
which book or web based tutorial is simple for learning javascript(which have examples with jsp and servlet).
Amit Ghorpade
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Hello welcome to Javaranch ,
Please use a meaningful subject line so as to get a quick and better response.
Also tell the details , since Javascript is a client -side script whereas servlets and JSP work on the server.
Refer to the Bunkhouse for more information on books.


SCJP, SCWCD.
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Bear Bibeault
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You will be hard-pressed to find a creditable tutorial that discusses JavaScript along with Servlets and JSP.

They really don't have a whole lot to do with each other.

What kind of information are looking for?

(P.S. And yes, please, better subjects than "doubt". Thanks.)

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Janeice DelVecchio
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I liked HeadFirst JavaScript -- I used it for my web programming class.

If you want to learn about Servlets and JSP, you'll do better starting with HeadFirst Java and adding HeadFirst Servlets and JSP to that.


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balamurugan velliambalam
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sorry here after i give proper subject.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
 
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