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I'm new to java and I've written and compiled both my first applet and class.  They both successfully compile and yet when I run them they don't show up on the screen when they come up in the browser.  I've used both a dos version and a visual java compiler with the same result.  Any ideas as to what I should do-like maybe use some form of a pause command or keystroke sequence?  I appreciate any help on this that I can get.  Thanks.
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Check "Show Java console" in the Options menu of Netscape browser; look if there are any error messages after the page is loaded. To get more help, please post a code of your applet here; corresponding HTML could also help.
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