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I want to write Java applets or servlets capable of drawing pie and line charts which can be displayed on Netscape and IE browsers easily without any modifications. I have JBuilder 2.0
and IE 5.00. I've used JCChart examples but there were compiler errors for it couldn't find the proper jar/class files
although I informed it in RUN/PARAMETERS/PATHS.
Thanks for spending your time to answer my question.


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> I want to write Java applets or servlets

so what's the problem ?
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