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Applets A to Z

 
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I'm looking for a good book on Applets. One that covers every conceivable topic on Applets. Most of the books I've seen seem to be begining books. While I'm not a beginning programmer I am fairly new to Java.

What I specifically am trying to do is to develop a 3 tier application with a Java Applet as a front end. I will probably use ASP or Perl for a middle tier.

While I have seen replies indicating that you can GET and PUT data to the URL that launched the Applet, I have never seen any indication of how to do this.

I'd like a book with a little bit of advertising (telling me what can be done) and a lot of information (telling me how to do it!).
 
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