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=> can any one pls suggest me a good book of jsp for freasher .

thanks in advance.
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If by 'refresher' you mean for someone who doesn't need a tutorial aimed at beginners, I would recommend reading the JSP, Servlet, and JSTL specs.
 
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This is asked often enough that I have added an entry to the JSP FAQ regarding book recommendations.
[ July 17, 2006: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
 
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Originally posted by Ben Souther:
If by 'refresher'



I suspect that the OP meant "fresher" which seems to be a term used by some of our posters use to mean "novice" (in the same way that "doubt" is used to mean "question").
 
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Ahh; hadn't noticed it before.
Sounds like British slang.
 
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Thanks Guys

I think => Head first servlets & jsp (Kathy Sierra, Bert Bates, Bryan Basham)
is good to start with.

I just want to confirm that is it understandable to a beginer without any teacher? Or any other book should i try.

Waiting for your reply.

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I just want to confirm that is it understandable to a beginer without any teacher


Yes it is. The book is your teacher, it talks to you
 
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Head First Servlets and JSP is the way to go
 
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