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how to do telnet in java?

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how do i create a java applet that does telnet and like telnet has the ability to connect to other computers and do telnet operations? Exactly like programs that are telnet except for the fact that it is loaded as a java applet.
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by:kollegov
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It's very easy thing, but It can connect only to one host!
Server where from it was loaded.
Security restrictions sir!
If you still think you need this (and such restricted telnet)
applet, reject my answer! And I'll post code here in next attempt
to satisfy you :)
If you tell about application it's other thing, but applet
can't connect to other servers.
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Here is ready example (very simple)
ready telnet client.
All you need is
to make interface in applet.

http://www.info.ucl.ac.be/etudiants/Cours/2601/JAVA/exemples/Telnet/TelnetClient.java

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by:kollegov
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Ready source for Applet telnet
http://congo.cks.com:8080/files/Telnet.java
Rembo find it, answering similar question :)

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