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Hi friends
can u explain me the diff between archive and code in applet tags and if i am specifying a archive do i need to specify code in applet tag?
pls help me out................
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The archive tag defines the JAR file your applet is in. The code tag defines the actual applet class you are trying to run. If you have an archive tag, you still need to specify a class tag so that the browser knows which class in the JAR file to run.

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