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haoxiang guo
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CAN I KNOW WHERE THE APPLET BE DOWNLOADED IN LOCAL MACHINE
Ulf Dittmer
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Please don't shout in all-uppercase; it's considered rude just about everywhere on the 'net. Next time, you might also use a more descriptive subject line: in the applets forum, "applet problem" does not tell people anything.

I'm not sure I fully understand the question, but the applet is not stored as a file anywhere on the local machine. It's downloaded by the JVM, and the classes are kept in its class cache. If you want the class files on your computer, you need to download them through the browser manually, one by one.
huisheng xu
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Thank you very much!
It's the very answer I wanted.
Chetan Parekh
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Originally posted by haoxiang guo:
CAN I KNOW WHERE THE APPLET BE DOWNLOADED IN LOCAL MACHINE


Quick and dirty way.

Access the page that has applet.
Get the jar name of the applet by viewing the souse code of the page. Search your PC for a particular jar.


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