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all those extentions .java, .jsp. htm, .html, .jre

 
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Can you please guide me as to where can i read about all the various extentions .java, .jsp. htm, .html, .jre ....etc.
which one whorks where(like in browser, applet runner, .....)
and what a servlet program with .java extention need to be converted to jsp so that it can run in a web brouser.
Your help is appriciated
Thank you
[ March 08, 2002: Message edited by: Richa Jeetah ]
 
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Hello,
I did a search on google for file and extensions which generated many hits including these two that looked like promising places to get file type descriptions:
http://filext.com/
http://extsearch.com/
Now, if you're wanting to learn about servlets, perhaps one good place to start would be the servlets forum:
http://www.javaranch.com/cgi-bin/ubb/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=forum&f=7
A web browser or an applet viewer are both capable of viewing Java applets that are referred to through a web page. The Java applets were coded by the programmer in a file(s) with the .java extension and then compiled into a bytecode file(s) with the .class extension.
The web browser is also used to view (browse) web pages written in hypertext markup language - text files with the .htm or .html extension. When "viewing" a web page with the applet viewer, it will strip out everything except any applets that are referred to by the web page.
Java applications are also programmed initially in a .java file(s) and then compiled into a bytecode file(s) with the .class extension. Java applications run more like regular executable files, but "on top" of the JVM on a given computer.
Good Luck,
-Dirk Schreckmann
[ March 08, 2002: Message edited by: Dirk Schreckmann ]
 
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Another good site to find introductory information about any computer related terms is
http://whatis.techtarget.com
You can always check out SUN's website at java.sun.com
HTH
 
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Thanks a lot for your help
i found the answers that i was looking for
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