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Using c:if

Rajesh Khan
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I am having a problem testing the value of a variable using c:if i am currently trying something like (if val variable in request scope is equal to hello)
Bear Bibeault
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<c:if test="${requestScope.val=='hello'}" >

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Paul Clapham

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Just do the obvious thing. (The obvious thing doesn't include escaping of quotes, or whatever those backslashes are for.)
Rajesh Khan
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<c:if test="${requestScope.val=='hello'}" > worked
Seetharaman Venkatasamy
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concentrate above idiom! :)
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