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a basic JSP question

 
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last year, I was interviewed by a company. one question was asked :
when you go to a random website, how can you tell it is a jsp page or not.
anyone can answer? I just feel the jsp page generate normal html file , by viewing the source.
 
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The page name usually ends in .jsp, but other than that? You can use JSP to generate any kind of page you want -- it leaves no "markers".
 
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thanks, that is what I felt, no markers!
noticed that you passed SCJP test, I have never taken any certification tests, thinking to take some, plan to start from this one.
Where is my starting point? how can I register?
very silly questions, but needed to be answered.
is there a website for me to register? Can I choose any date? thanks a lot.
taking some exams will give me purpose of studying? I need to be more motivated.
 
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Start here:
http://training.sun.com/US/certification/java/index.html
 
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