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# Applet LoginApplet can't init: NEW  RSS feed

 
Don Arnett
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This message is the last message output to the java console when my applet fails (see previous post). I put this in a separate thread because I wonder if someone might know the answer to this question without being bogged down in the detail of the previous post.
# Applet LoginApplet can't init: NEW
LoginApplet is the name of my applet and obviously it is failing during initialization, but what does the 'NEW' refer to? I don't have 'NEW' anywhere in my code and the only 'new' is the 'new' command for instantiating a new object.
 
maateen ashraf
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would u like to elaborate ur question more ...
its not clear
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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