The Core tag <c: forEach> that Tag is casually known as the substitute of While, do While in java Statements. Its    also works as Loop instance with the form of scriptlet in Java Server pages.



 

              This Function Use to Count the Length of String or number of Characters in a String.

 

       This tag is Been used for Display the Result of an Expression. That is quite similar with the reference of<%...%>.

 

This tag In JSTL Library is Used to Show the time zone of Current Place of System or Internationalized Time Zone.

 

This tag is to use to define the Control statements In JSP. Like to choose or select from conditional Criteria…!

 

  <C:Choose>  Tag is similar to the Java Switch Statement In that case it allow us to choose desired statement that  has to be selected from substituted conditions. This tag has some more features like it has two more tags with it  Like <c:when> tag if the condition goes terminated to next step and the other one is <c: otherwise> works like default value in java switch case statement..And an attribute is also been used in the tag named “Test” that is used for evaluating Condition.



 

This tag <c: redirect> redirects or forward to other URL or alternative URL provided in the condition. It also supports <c: param> tag some attributes are also use to make it proper like “URL” Attribute this will use to redirect the browser to other web page.

 

This tag casually used with <x:transform> tag this used to set parameter in XSL style sheet with in the reference of XML file in the Given tag.

 

This tag is Used to represent number as parsing Type like to display the number with decimal value or with only Integer type. As shown in the example below some attributes like value and var used to implement in that program. Var attribute use to store the variable value. Value will be use to assign the type of number.

 

This function use to split a string into subset of an array.

 

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