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    Question How to learn to make Java Applets

    Is there either a tutorial for java applets or a free program *or trial program* which I can use to learn how to make java applets? That or either a book like The Dummies books, those are sometimes pretty good...

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    Well, do you know Java? Applets are basically just AWT/Swing programs that use a base class inherited from Applet/JApplet. There are just a couple of things to be aware of, like the entry point being public void run() rather than public static void main(String[]).
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    I have never learned how to use Java Applets I'm just going to try and experiment whether they're something which I can use for a site I am Designing...

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    i recommend getting the book: Java Programming The Easy Way. Its very useful and helpful, it cover Java Applets and Java Applications, which if your planning on learning Java Applets, I recommend you learn Applications first. Anyways, it's a good investment.

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