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Hi,
I want to know that I have HTML file which has an applet. An applet contains Socket for client.
When one instance of Browser which will open the HTML(which has an applet running), I don't want to open another instance of browser(which has HTML with an applet)
How can I do this??? I mean besides Javascript, can I do this with Applet methods or other ways!!!
Thanks,
Angela
 
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no you can't. One way you have a javascript functino which can be called from applet using LiveConnect. But then again why you would go though this trouble and just do it though javascript wihtout bothering applet to do this for you.
 
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