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How to use applet?
 
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thats a pretty big question.
why not take it to the Applet forum.
 
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I'm moving this ot the Applet forum since Applet are not part of SCJP anymore.
 
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An applet is an application that runs within a container - usually a web browser. Unlike Java applications, it is restricted in its ability to access local computer resources or make network connections unless it is digitally signed to indicate that it can be trusted.
For more information consult any book on introductory Java.
 
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