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I am writing a java application.
how do i programmatically get the width, height, & depth of the screen?
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Yu can get it by using System.getProperties
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I am sorry , you can use the Toolkit methods getScreenSize and getScreenResolution ....

for getting the toolkit on your system you can say Toolkit.getDefaultToolkit() in your applet class
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