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iam_clint
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Javascript vs JSP

I would like to note that JSP and JS are 2 different languages and are not used for the same thing. You would find better help for jsp posting under the Java forum.

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Thanks for your understanding and lets keep everyone happy! :)
Jan 11 '07 #1
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