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Applet within Applet

 
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Is it possible to run an applet within an qpplet and if so could someone direct me to some inof on it or pass some code along.
thanks in advance
 
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As far as I know it is possible. Is there something thats not working for you?
Here's a very simple example. Applet 1 is blue and Applet 2 is yellow:

Hope that helps,
Linda
 
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Thanks Linda. As of now I was just curious but in the near future I'm sure I'll run into something that doesn't work.
Again Thanks
 
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