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Using an applet as the src property of an img tag

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I would like to use an applet method as the src property of an img tag on an html page.  The applet will read a gif or jpg file, and then I want to make the content available as the src property.

What should be the return type of the method?

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Question by:garyz31
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I don't believe you can do that.
Why don't you just have the applet display the image?
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