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list transferring and output

 
Darko Markovic
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So I was making something with JSP, and I used a Struts Action and Form. In the action, I got some information. Every piece of information was put in variables in a class called 'Kolone' (Kolone.kime and Kolone.ifil). I then made a List (List list = new ArrayList();) and filled it with class Kolone objects. I was just wondering what are the different ways I can send the list to the JSP page to use, and what are the different ways I can output the list via table. I have already heard of attributes (I used one for the list) and the only table output I know is using scriptlets and iterators (I want to not use scriptlets, if possible)
 
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Scriptlets are obsolete. Use the JSTL and EL.
 
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I already said that. I'm trying to avoid using scriptlets, that's why I'm asking what ways are there (different tags, frameworks, libraries) to accomplish these things.
 
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Yes, The JSTL and EL.
 
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