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can't we use setMenuBar(mBar);
method in applet?
mBar is a MenuBar object
 
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Yes.
 
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what is mean by yes?
 
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"Yes" means either of Ja,Da,Oui,Ho,Han... take your pick.

Are you using Applet or JApplet?
JApplet has a method to set the JMenuBar.
 
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