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The best way to do this use Double-buffering.IN this you can take a image object.draw whatever you want to draw on the image .Then in the paint or the update method draw this image by using drawImage().This will prove effective
 
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This is very true. Do you have a question?
 
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Originally posted by Sean Casey:
This is very true. Do you have a question?


Hey!hi..Ya i am using a JApplet in an HTML page.In the JAVASCRIPT code of tht page i want to access the JApplets variables and public functions..DO u have any idea how i can do this?
 
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