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Graphic object in applets

 
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Look at this code
public void main(String[] a)
{
Image i= createImage();
Graphics g= i.getGraphics();
g.drawString
}
this is working when i am extending a from Frame.This same code
is not working with applets why?
Because in my applets
paint(Graphics g)
{
//back ground images
g.drawImage(" ");
}
I am using mouseMotionListener to this applet
when mouse enters on some thing it should print some message.
If i used repain().it loads all images again.it takes so time like Frame we can't use external graphic object .
please help me
thanks
siddu
 
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