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JAVA applet

 
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Hello everyone! I have a doubt about this school assignment my teacher want us to run this applet but Im pretty sure applets cant run on latest java , so how I can see them ,these days with jGrasp?
This is the code: https://pastebin.com/na4y35Mz
 
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Is it possible for you to drop that course? I would strongly suggest you do that. Because yes, as you say, Java hasn't supported applets for quite a while now. So there's no point in taking a course which thinks that applets are a topic to be dealt with.

But if not, then your teacher ought to explain to you how to run applets -- I googled how to do it and didn't find anything simple, but it looks to me like jGrasp might work if you install Java 8 (nothing later).
 
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If there is an appletviewer.exe file in your JDK's bin folder, you can use that to run an applet.
 
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Norm Radder wrote:If there is an appletviewer.exe file in your JDK's bin folder, you can use that to run an applet.


AdoptOpenJDK 8 still contains it.
 
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It has since been removed.
 
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