Tell me the difference between an applet and a Japplet?
Answer Posted / la_di
A JApplet is a modern Applet. It is also an Applet since it
extends Applet and could therefore do anything an Applet
can do. JApplet is part of the javax.swing-packet and is
therefor compatible with swing components, the new graphcs
component packet preferable before the old java.awt. For
new applications JApplet is recommended. Only if you are
designing an applet for an old java-version you should use
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