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Dual Program (Applet & Application) : Need to know how to improve in Applet ways only!

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I am creating a program. It is both an Applet and an application. Here, in the Applet section, I am trying to focus on the Applet side only. I am not trying to make this a better program, coding-wise, unless it directly relates to Applets. For example, saving to a file is for applications and cookies for Applets (although, yes, you can save a file using a Applet). I only want to know about the cookies. This is an example. I actually don't want to know about saving or cookies, because I will implement that by myself (I actually have to learn about cookies, since I've never used them in an Applet). This example is besides the point. I only want to have Applet specific things on this. I am working on the coding, etc on this forum in the gaming section. Please feel free to post comments and suggestions about the program itself there. This Applet is up and running at : . Scroll down to the very bottom. The Applet is the last thing on the webpage. Thanks for your help! An example of something I would want is like, "You need to include start and end methods because blah blah blah." Or whatever. My point is directly Applet related. I am stressing this because the rest is being done by me and in the gaming section.
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