applets are ignored by internet explorer

the applets i write are completly ignored by my internet explorer,i checked the html files containing the applet tag and they all correct.i have microsoft xp operating system.how can i make my internet explorer show applets???
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objectsConnect With a Mentor Commented:
I think I heard XP comes without Java installed.
If so, you'll need to install the Java plugin from Sun.
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oraelbisCommented:
Check Extended properties in MSIE Settings for enabling Microsoft Java VM.
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udaykumar22Connect With a Mentor Commented:
Hi,

XP doesnot ship with a java plugin

Use one of the following links :-

Consumer Plug-in :-
        http://java.sun.com/products/plugin/index-1.4.html

Developer Plug-in :-
        http://java.sun.com/getjava/

This should solve your problem.

Regards,
Uday.

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objectsCommented:
Uday,

Isn't that basically what i just said.

In fact it's not that XP does not come with the plugin installed. XP I believe comes with *no* Java installed.
None of 98/NT/2000 come with the plugin installed, but they all do have Java installed.
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udaykumar22Commented:
Hi objects,

I just gave the links.
Your advice was right. And the plugin/java installation is as you have mentioned.

Regards,
Uday.
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