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How does JSP0.9 act like ASP?

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I'm use JSP0.9 early access to develop my page. But I'm doubt it really to do ASP thing, such as request.querystring("Group") and so on. Is it the same as request.getparameter("Gropu")?
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JSP is a combination of ASP and Servlets.  See the Servlet API for info on the response and request objects.  Yes, request.getParameter() in JSP is the same as Request.QueryString() in ASP.

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