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java library for HTML generation

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Hi,

I have a scenario where my java application needs to generate some output in HTML.
i started with generating HTML source by appending HTML stings to a very long StringBuffer.
this works, but is very ugly, and even now i am not sure whether someone will be able to understand this code.

It seems logical that someone has already created some kind of library for HTML generation in java (like the great libs for xml parsing and generation).

does anyone know such library, or has different solution?

Thanks, Ofer.
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what content do u generate??
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