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import java.applet.Applet;
import java.awt.*;
public class Test extends Applet {
private String text = "Hello World";
public void init() {add(new Label(text));}
public Test (String string) {text = string;}
}
The code complie without error but runtime exception.
Why?What's wrong?
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It does compile. You must run the applet in a Browser or appletviewer. After compiling it make an html page.
This applet won't display anything. Probably because the applet starts in init and you have a constructor. The applet is confused. I'm not exacly sure about this. But if you remove the constructor the applet will print hello world when it runs!
 
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The prooblem is not even defining a constructor in an applet. The problem is, the constructor is expecting a parameter which of course is not provided. Thats why its showing runtime error.
If you change it to a no parameter constructor it will work fine. Like this
import java.applet.Applet;
import java.awt.*;
public class Test extends Applet {
private String text = "Hello World";
public void init() {add(new Label(text));}
public Test () {text = "Hello world, constructor";}
}
[This message has been edited by Asma Zafar (edited August 18, 2001).]
[This message has been edited by Asma Zafar (edited August 19, 2001).]
 
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