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display / SCROLL data resultsets on multiple pages in JSP

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I am writing a JSP ap whereby I have a query that return 100 rows from database. Now I want to display 10 results or rows /page instead of 100 on one page , and allow user to scroll thru the results back and forth . How can I do that in JSP. Any pointers will be highly appreciated .
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