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Servlet and JSP book

Shreyansh Singh
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Hello, everyone

Please suggest a good and easy to understand Servlets and JSP book.
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Rahul Sudip Bose
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head first Servlets and JSP by kathy sierra and bert bates. Basics well-explained, plenty of diagrams, tells common errors made by students, tone of author is informal and comforting.
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Adam Zedan
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i would definitely suggest Head first JSP and servlets... I just finished and its worth the read... Youll definitely learn something.. I know i did


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