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Java Applet: Hyperlinking the content of a Jlist

 
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I need some guidance in implementing a hyperlink function inside a Jlist of an applet.

Specifically, I have a Jlist that displays the values retrieved from a c++ hash table --a paralel application. I want to be able to create a hyperlink function within the Jlist content which once clicked, wraps the clicked value into a php script and thus performs a mysql query (ie: the content of Jlist is : "Angelique Kojo" Once clicked on the value, I want to perform a seach inside mysql with key words "Angelique Kojo".)

Any assistance in this area is greatly appreciated.
 
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