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AN APPLICATION EXTENDING FRAME

 
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HI,
CAN ANY BODY TELL ME HOW YOU CALL THE APPLICATION EXTENDING FRAME ,THAT IS NOT A APPLET ( I MEAN TO SAY THAT).
YOU CAN CALL AN APPLET USING <APPLET CODE= ...> </APPLET>
BUT HOW YOU CALL AN APPLICATION NOT AN APPLET
I MADE AN APPLICATION EXTENDING FRAME,THE PROBLEM IS IT CONTAINS SOME CONTAINERS LIKE SCROLL PANE,.. , CAN
I USE THAT APPLICATION ON THE WEB ?
THANKS,
SURESH GOURU
[This message has been edited by Suresh Gouru (edited November 16, 2000).]
 
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Hi!
You can not the standard method for doing this is to make an application. You know give a main method to it.
Then add an methods for applets like init or paint etc. I mean to say in Java terms make an Application, that is applet also and then just use it in your web page as normal applet.
Good luck!
 
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If I understand what you're asking, you want to create an application using a frame as the container for the GUI, similar to what you may be used to doing with an applet. If so, here's what to do

If this is not what you were asking, sorry.
Sean
[This message has been edited by Sean MacLean (edited November 16, 2000).]
 
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