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Is there any possibility of converting graphics(line graph or bar chart) drawn on Applet into Gif files, if yes how is it possible.
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you would need some gif encoder...
In five minutes I found package
docs here:

http://www.research.att.com/~john/Grappa/docs/att.grappa.GIFEncoder.html

Looks like exactly what you need... :)

But avoid to do this.
Converting images in GIF requires
UNISYS license to use thier GIF format!!!!
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