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jstl.jar vs standard.jar

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what are the different between these 2 files?
which one i need?

tks ;-)
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You need both.
The jstl.jar contains the JSTL API classes. Classes in any of the subpackages of javax.servlet.jsp.jstl represent JSTL API classes.  These classes are used by the tag classes.
The standard.jar contains the JSTL implementation.  Classes under org.apache.* represent implementation classes. These are the classes that corespond to the tags you use in your JSPs.
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