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

 

<c:catch> JSTL Tag used for exception handling.. In this Program we are going to discuss about exception handling using <c:catch> core tag.

 

This tag in JSTL is used to read(parsing) the Date as per required format Pattern. Attributes That are mandatory to use are avail in this tag like value or pattern. The main attribute Is pattern That will instruct that in which format the date will be displayed.

 

                This Function use to replace the given string in occurrence from the existing String.

 

This tag is commonly use for the set property action of any object like to set value, property name. Their also some attributes are used to this tag like “Value” that’s use to save the information. “var” the variable name that has to store the information about value. The other thing this tag is use to evaluates the expression.



 

This tag used to create a loop over xml Documents this shows the value In which this is been implemented.

 

This Function returns the subset of Substring.

 

This tag <c: import> is used to import the absolute URL and show the content to another page. Some mandatory attributes are used to implement on this tag like “URL” this attribute use to retrieve and import the content from one page to another page. Other attributes like “scope” and “var” these are also used as required but this are not compulsory for using in this tag.

 

                  This Function removes the white Space from both side right and left side.

 

In JSTL the tag <fmt: format Number> is been preferred for the showing Number formation In different Format. There are some attributes are used in the tag for proper display.

 
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