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how can i know whether a browser is supporting applets or not?
 
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Hi Janaki,
I guess the simplest way would be to try and run an applet. Otherwise, I know in Netscape(4.7), you can go to the Help menu bar, and select About Plug-ins. This should list all of the plug-ins for your browser. I think IE has something similar, but your results may vary
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