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running applets from your own PC

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I am trying to do an example from an IBM tutorial for VisualAge for Java. I have created an applet and exported it to C:\VJ. It appears there as applet.jar along with the html file to run it. When using Internet Explorer to open the HTML the applet does not start. I just get class name displayed and file-missing icon in applet box. I have examined the classpath using VisualAge and included c:\VJ. What else could be wrong? HTML follows:
[This message has been edited by Dana Barish (edited December 11, 2001).]
I agree. Here's the link:
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