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How to download Mock applet

 
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In Maha Anna' s Home page, she mention that she was able to
download Jammi's applet for Mock to her pc.
But I did not see any download buttom in Jammi's web page(http://www.jaworski.com/java/certification/)
Anybody know how to download this Mock applet?
Thinks!
 
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Hi Nan,
I believe Maha Anna utilized the fact that the mock is an Applet. When you start it the entire applet is automatically d/l. If you disconnect from you ISP you will still be able to continue with the mock; off-line. I don't think you can d/l and store it seperately as a .jar or .zip file.
Hope that helps.
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Jane Griscti
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Well,
I don't know whether it is possible or not, but before javaranch turned to jsp, I was able to work with there rules round up applet offline even after rebooting my PC. What I think you can do is (if you are using IE), click on 'Favourites', and save the applet based HTML page for offline viewing. This will enable the offline applet functionality. I tried this with an applet based game (some game site) as well, and it WORKED!
Try it and maybe you will succeed. However, the rules round up is not available anymore in it's simplest form. JSP does not allow this offline vieweing thing.
Bye,
Tualha Khan
 
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dear ! try to get the class file of the applet from the URL !
if you succeed means if there is no security then you can download otherwise you will just get the HTML part !
try this i feel it may work!
anurag!
 
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