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Well my pages are cached by the browser so I want to find a way to fix this up by using some algo so that if I make some changes within my webpage the browser takes the changed version of the same.

I was trying to explore this method of HttpServlet API but really dont know how to use it. If you have any other way please suggest.

Thanx in advance.

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