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How to avoid java console??

 
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Hi ,
I'm developing a chat applet. Its uses Applet - servlet communication. I have a problem here. When my applet calls a servlet , say 'MyServlet', then i get a few lines printed on the console saying ' Opening http://.../MyServlet.. ". These lines are printed automatically.
How do i prevent these lines from appearing on the console.
One of the JavaRanchers replied saying 'set the Debug level to 0'.
How do i set this... Please explain this in detail with code examples if possible
..thanking u,
...kindest regards
...saj
 
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