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Java Rules Roundup

 
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Hi
I love the Java Rules roundup game. Is there some way to have a 'home' version that I can install on my laptop and practice when I am on the road nowhere near a net connection?
Or, how about the applet itself, I can just run that in a browser.
Thanks
 
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I am moving this post to 'JavaRanch' forum, which is more suitable and will get immediate and more attention.
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The applet gets a lot of its data from over the web, so that won't work as-is. The applet would have to be modified.
Right now I have the applet torn apart to try to fix a few bugs it has and maybe add a feature or two. While I'm doing that I'll think about making it stand alone.
 
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