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palestine
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what it is meant of public void init();
i kno that i use it at the JApplet but why???
and another question what is the container??and can u writ mw the form of it
 
chi Lin
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init() is the entry point for applet,
(sort of like main() in application)
public means it is available publicly
void means it does not return anyting.
HTH
 
palestine
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thank u very much:
but please i want to ask another qestion:
why i can't excute an html at my pc ,,,,,,,,,when i excute it at another pc it's play but at my pc no,,,someone tell me that the problem at XP
 
William Barnes
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why i can't excute an html at my pc

That question doesn't make any sense, to me atleast. Can you try asking it another way?
 
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Hi "palestine" --
Welcome to JavaRanch!
We don't have too many rules around these parts, but we do have our naming policy, which requires that you have both a first and last name. Most folks use their real names -- it keeps us honest. Please head over here and change your display name, pronto. Thanks, pardner, and see you around the Ranch!
 
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