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Applet for chat (multipal users)

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I'm working with Visual C++. I have the JDK 1.1.3
I'd like to know how to work with multipal users accessing the same page, a chat program.
What I need is a source code for a simple applet of a chat room that many users can write In the same place.
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Question by:giora
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by:markoj
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Hi.
 I've written applet you're asking about, but it uses RMI,   therefore it cannot be used with most browsers (RMI is a 1.1  feature).
 If nobody comes with a better idea, I could show you mine.
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Hi giora,

    You can do the chat application in Java1.1.3.
As Mr.Markoj stated no browsers support java1.1 except hotjava.
But you can implement your chat program if you use java 1.0.2.
And most of the browsers will support java 1.0.2.

I suggest you to visit www.gamelan.com and teamjava.com to find
the source code for chat program. (All the best :-))

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by:rembo
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I have a chat applet and server that I can point you to
if you're still interested.  It's 1.02 and it works in
1.1.

-Tony


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