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I am just learning JSP, and I have been trying to get this working all day to no avail.  What I am trying to do is, using an image's path on my physical drive like "C:\myfolder\myimage.jpg", display on a webpage the width and height of the image.  I did not need to manipulate the image, so I thought this might be easy.  If anyone has some working code in JSP to solve this that would be amazing.  I am not picky right now if it is using a scriptlet, tags, or however it can be done  Thanks!
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You can do something like:
BufferedImage bi = javax.imageio.ImageIO.read(new File("C:/myfolder/myimage.jpg"));
int w = bi.getWidth();
int h = bi.getHeight();

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I figured it was going to be simple, just wasnt getting it right =P

Thanks!
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