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Passing a value toJavaScript

RICHARDH
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I want to create a slider in java which can be used to pass a value to a javascript function located on the same page at the Applet.

Is this possible, and if so how.
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For the attention of sybe...
Many, many thanks for a very precise answer. I have one further question.

Where do I get the Netscape.javascript class which is imported into the Applet.

Thanks again

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If you have netscape (3+) installed, you should add the path to the netscape java classes into the CLASSLIB environment variable.

You can easily view the netscape classes by making a copy of it and renaming that copy to *.zip. Then you can open it using winzip.

If you have MSIE4 installed you will find it under one of the directories of C:\windows\java.

If you have found the right zip containing JSObject.class then add it to the CLASSLIB environmental variable:


something like:

CLASSLIB = C:\JDK\LIB\CLASSES.ZIP;C:\NETSCAPE\NAVIGATOR\PROGRAM\JAVA\CLASSES\java_30


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sorry, CLASSLIB should be CLASSPATH
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