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How to read a scriptlet variable in a core (c:out) jsp tag

Posted on 2010-09-13
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<%
String readMe = "Hi Experts";
%>

<c:out value="readMe"/>

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the code above fails.
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Question by:bcisystems
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by:rrz
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Try it this way.
<%
String readMe = "Hi Experts";
%>

<c:out value="<%=readMe%>"/>
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Try this code too.
<%
  String scriptingVariable = "Hello";
  pageContext.setAttribute("scopedVariable", scriptingVariable);
%>
<c:out value="${scopedVariable}" /> everybody !
Or simply just use EL in your text
${scopedVariable} my name is rrz.

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