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How to find if the calling code is an applet ?

 
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hi I have a utility class which is used by an applet as well as an application. Is there any way to find out from the functions of this class if they are being invoked by an applet or not ?
I need to take a different course of action in each case.That is why.
Thanks very much
Seema
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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