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How to Pass Array from Servlet to Javascript?

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i want to pass the array element from java servlet to javascript, how can i?
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If you servlet generates an HTML file as a response o a user action , you can generate javascript code (within the html) that declares an array and assigns the relevant values (which are taken from a java array you maintain in your servlet).

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