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deprecated api help

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Hey everybody...I am maintain some old code, and I ran into a small problem. In the code, there is this line:
I beleive this starts the applet viewer, but I am not sure. The problem is that it is deprecated, and I am trying to update everything. I have searched and searched through api's/documenation, but can't find a replacement for it. Does anybody have any suggestions?
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It looks like the app is attempting to spawn a copy of the AppletViewer in order to run an applet. On my JDK, "appletviewer" is now a shell script, so I'd probably replace the statement to a call to the runtime.exec method with the appletviewer command line in it ("appletviewer MyApplet");
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