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Alternating color of table rows in a forEach tag (JSTL)

 
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Hi, I got this forEach loop



where userslist is a javabean and records a field containing the list of beans. Now when I do this...




this makes an alternating color of rows. However, the userId's doesn't always come in order of 123456. So I was thinking of another solution. You guys have any other ideas? Thanks!
 
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Shouldn't you be using the loop counter for this? Using the userId is just, well, plain weird.

To access the loop counter, investigate the varStatus attribute of forEach.
 
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That was nice! Thanks!
 
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