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Abdelrahman Hatem
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Joined: Sep 07, 2010
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i was learning socket programming in java and then i made a tic tac toe program so it needed a client app and server app,but if anyone wants to play the game he/she has to ask me to open the server in my pc so i was wondering if there is a way to upload my server app as an applet or something so it can work all the time.
Alaa Nassef
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What does this have to do with iPhone?


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David Newton
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Alaa Nassef wrote:What does this have to do with iPhone?

Nothing; moving.
Wouter Oet
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An applet works on the clients side. So that is not a solution.


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Please correct my English.
Lester Burnham
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Joined: Oct 14, 2008
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Can't you keep the server code (which I understand to mean a computer player) as part of the applet? It shouldn't be particularly large or complicated.
Abdelrahman Hatem
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@Alaa Nassef sorry didn't mean to post here
@Lester Burnham no the server code is that makes the clients play with each other (i.e sending and recieving from each client to another).
 
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