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Hi,
I want to do a program with .html and .jsp that has two clocks in it:



1.One classic . And 2. One that would be digital, for example: 3:07. And that the user could edit the hour in the cloks.

what jsp/java classes or other technologies can i use to do this?

thanks for any response...
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Unless you are thinking of an applet, I don't see much in the way of JSP or Java in this. It's much more in the domain of DHTML.

So which way do you want to go? Applet or DHTML?
 
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