2.4
Quoting and Escape Conventions
The following quoting conventions apply to JSP pages. Anything else is not processed.
Quoting in Scripting Elements
A literal %> is quoted by %\>
Quoting in Template Text
n
A literal <% is quoted by <\%
Quoting in Attributes
A ` is quoted as \'
A   is quoted as \ 
A \ is quoted as \\
A %> is quoted as %\>
A <% is quoted as <\%
XML Representation
The quoting conventions are different to those of XML. Chapter 7 describes the details of the 
transformation.
2.5
Overview of Semantics
A JSP page describes how to create a 
response
 object from a 
request
 object for a given 
protocol, possibly creating and/or using some other objects. A JSP page is executed by a JSP 
container; requests sent to a JSP page are delivered by the JSP container to some JSP
 page 
implementation
 instance that is a subclass of Servlet (see Chapter 3).
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