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need you suggestion, for application design...

 
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hello friends,
thankyou very much all Javaranchers!!!.
I have cleared SCWCD with 83%.

i have collected lot of tips and questions by referring various stuffs. Now i want to put them all in one place to make it useful. To start from scratch, i would like to design a dynamic mock exam similar to the real exam design.
Could anybody suggest, which is the best way to design my application either HTML/jsp/servlt or thru applets?
thanks for you time dears.
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ravi
SCJP,SCWCD.
 
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I would suggest HTML/jsp/servlt. Applets, while cool, are slow and sometimes browser incompatible. Once they are loaded though, no worries but most are moving away from applets for the 2 reasons I just mentioned.
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