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I am working on a application in which i have to read input from text file and display the content in an applet.Can u help me how can i read the file in applet.I try FileReader but it is not working
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First: Working on an application or an applet?!
Assuming applet: Trying to read locally or remotely (via http)?
Assuming http:

and then go on as usual...
Hope it helps
Detlev
[This message has been edited by Detlev Beutner (edited July 16, 2001).]
 
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