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From "Zack Chandler" <zackchand...@drainpatrol.com>
Subject Type coersion question. Comparing char equality
Date Mon, 17 Oct 2005 00:33:10 GMT
Hi.  Is there a way to not have the default type coercion (converts to Long)
happen when comparing chars.  I simply want to test for char equality in a
JSP.  See example below.  Thanks.


// Controller code
char tChar = 't';
request.setAttribute("tChar", tChar);

// Now in JSP enter this fragment
<!-- JSP Frag -->
Prints t
${tChar}

Crashes
<c:if test="${tChar == 't'}">
  inside	
</c:if>
<!-- End Frag -->

It crashes with this error:

javax.servlet.jsp.el.ELException: An exception occured trying to convert
String
"t" to type "java.lang.Long"



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