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Posted on 1998-06-03
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Why Doesn't the <p> tag have an end tag?
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Question by:Rajeshnv
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martinag earned 10 total points
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It has. You don't have to use it, though.
When you enter another <P> or a <BR> the last <P> ends.
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martinag is right, because if you are going to start a new obviously the previous one is going to end, hurry up and accept his answer and give him those piddle points.
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