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on: October 31, 2008, 03:44:21 pm » posted from:Calcutta,West Bengal,India

Can anyone please post a short tutorial on using automatic elements. I have search it on ejs wiki and manual also, but can't find any brief description - please help.

Also, please suggest a good descriptive tutorial on EJS (except the manual found in EJS wiki).
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