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Running a Java Applet in Browser

 
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Hello I purchased the Book "Data Structures and Algorithms in Java" by Robert Lafore.
In this book there are applets to test and get a bigger picture about the algorithms and data structures.

But for some security reasons I can't get the java applets to work. It is blocked.
I can't make an exception with the url because it is "FILE" format. (in javacpl)

What should I do? I have java8
 
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Don't use applets. Convert the code to a normal application run from the command line. If you absolutely insist on using applets, write a tiny HTML file to contain the applet and open it with the appletviewer tool.
 
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