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Why do we use response.set content type in Servlet?

It is used to check what should be the content type of a response whether it is text or html type.

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Type on PDF: All You Need to Know

It takes in an option type to check. Option value : {text, HTML} In the first example, this function takes the user's language and checks its content type to be text while in the second example it checks that the form's input value is HTML. Checking the type of element is very useful because the browser can know that form elements are required (should not be empty) in a text input field, but it has no idea what is the content of another input field. The checkups() function lets you do this. Var options = {// Set the options to include the checkups() method on the type field, // and a text option text : ['required'], HTML : ['required'], requiredType: 'text'}); A phenotype() method returns true by default for an element but false for text or HTML input types. The checkups() function is so useful that we can use this library in a script tag like this:.