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how to append a part of text of one JTextPane to another JTextPane.

 
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> In a chatserver scenario whatever i type in my
> JTextPane must be appened to JTextPane of each and
> every window of each and every client that has logged
> on. my text is multi coloured,multi font,multi size .
> how do i go about acheiving this.

In a chatserver scenario means in a client server architecture.
 
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Well you will need to figure a wait of sending that information to other machines. You could send a String object, but that would not encapsulate the formatting information. Maybe you could send a HTML string. Take a looked at the StyledDocument interface.

To send the data to other machines you could take a look at RMI or the Socket and ServerSocket classes.
 
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is there a way to take a html format of the text in the JTextPane and then ne method to append that part to the text that is already there in the other JTextPane.
 
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