Struts logic:iterate questions

I am using logic:iterate like follow

<%
      java.util.ArrayList keyList = new java.util.ArrayList();
      keyList.add("key1");
      keyList.add("key2");
      keyList.add("key3");
      pageContext.setAttribute("keyList", keyList, PageContext.PAGE_SCOPE);
%>

<tr>
    <logic:iterate id="keyListing" name="keyList">
        <td>
          <bean:write name="keyListing" />
        </td>
    </logic:iterate>
</tr>

I would like to know

1. How can I display a link for each row after the displaying of "key1", "key2", "key3" ?
2. How can I check if it is the last element in the collection, i.e. key3 ?

Please help. Thanks a lot !!
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avinthmCommented:
Answer to your first question

Add a line after the below statement in your code

> <bean:write name="keyListing" />
<a href="your link">your text</a>


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el_diosCommented:

use bean:size to get the size of your list, or hardcode it to 3 ;) store it in a id.
like:                 <bean:size id="total"  name="keyList"/>

<logic:iterate id="keyListing" indexId="index" name="keyList">

now you can check if (total-1=index) to get your last element.

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