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Difference between JSP and JSPF

surya chintalapudi
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I am completely new to java technology, can some one tell me the difference between JSP and JSPF. And please provide some useful links or good material. Thanks in advance
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A .jsp is a complete JSP source. A .jspf file is a fragment included in another JSP page with the include directive.


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