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I got that one
Posted by madhav panatula on July 17, 2000 at 3:39 PM
Please check once again from ur side.
> Here is the sample applet code which compiles but which
> does not start up the appletviewer:
> import java.applet.Applet;
> import java.awt.*;
> public class Confuci extends Applet
> public void paint (Graphics page)
> page.drawString ("Forget injuries, never forget kindness.",50,50);
> page.drawString ("-- Confucius.",70,70);
> I tried to work the above Applet program without the IE or
> netscape navigator browsers. The applet compiles when I enter:
> C:>javac Confuci.java
> The next line is:
> C:>jview /a Confuci
> At this point I expected the dos-prompt,in which I work, to compile(which it does) and open an application window and run the
> applet. - It doesn't! Instead, without exibiting any errors, it goes to the c-prompt:
> I want to run this applet and see the drawString method in
> action - Can you provide me with some insight into what's going on? The operating system is Windows NT 4.0, and the java version I'm using is jdk 1.2.2.
> Also, I tried to view Thinking in Java on the internet.
> I'm having difficulty in doing so. I'd appreciate any help in this matter as
> Thanks in advance for the assistance.