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JSTL how to use ELSE in JSP

 
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Hi,
I am using the <c:if .. statement in my JSP for if-condition check; but not sure the how to use the ELSE from the tag library. I could not see any such tag which supprt 'ELSE'.
I simply try using ><c:else> the jsps stops working and nothign displays on screen.



If any one already aware how to use ELSE here - please share with me.
THanks in advance,
Ramesh
 
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<c:if> doesn't support that. Instead, you can use <c:choose>, which has a <c:otherwise> part that gets invoked if no criteria was matched.
 
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