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JApplet Problem - HELP

 
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Hi everybody,
I'm trying to make this calculator program work as an applet AND as an application. I tried using:

in many different ways, but it didn't work. Can sombody help me make it work?
Below is the source code for my calculator program.
Thanks in advance,
-Fede
ps-You can also e-mail me at laurare@rocketmail.com
 
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Remove the main method from your current class i.e. calcg and put it in a JApplet class
Have a JApplet class
[code]
public class CalJApplet exten
 
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Remove the main method from your current class i.e. calcg and put it in a JApplet class
Have a JApplet class
[code]
public class CalJApplet exten
 
Shashi Kanta
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oops! the message got truncated.
here it is again.
remove the main method from the calcg class, and put in a JApplet subclass.
Also, create the instance of the calcg class in the init() method of the JApplet.
e.g.
public class CalJApplet extends JApplet{

public void init(){
//create the instance of calcg
}
public static void main(String args[]){
//create the instance of calcg
}
}
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