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Graphics in a form, simple or not simple?

Posted on 2000-03-20
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Hi

I want a diagram that explain a contest between district. Ewerybody can see his or hers actual position in a graphical diagram.

Can I use any inbuild function or must I resort to C++? And how do I call a C++ routine from Notes?
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bennyliaw earned 200 total points
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As I understand, Lotus notes does not provide any graphics drawing feature. So I am afraid that you have to do it yourself using other programing language.

Instead of using C++, you may want to consider using Java to create applet. You can parse the parameters to the applet using Applet Parameters and the applet will process the input param and paint the graphics in the canvas. This should work for Notes as well as Web client.
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I concur, an applet is probably the best/easiest solution.
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