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Easy C# question

In Java there are applets and applications. In C#is there the equivalent of an applet for web pages?

Thanks in advance,
CB
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CharlesBLee
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naveenkohliCommented:
There is no applet in C# for web pages. I think in near future when browsers support .NEt framework, you may be able to write some components that could be downloaded o ver the internet to run on client machines.
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AzmodanCommented:
yes there is
the UserControl can be put in a Web page:

<html>

<body>

<object id="UserControl1"
classid="http:Simplex.dll#Simplex.UserControl1"
height="352"
widht="440"
VIEWASTEXT
</object>

</body>

</html>
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saar2Commented:
More detailed explantion can be found here:

http://www.gotdotnet.com/team/windowsforms/iesourcing.aspx
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DreamMasterCommented:
The thing they have in .NET which is similar is called WebForms as far as I know. And yes, WebForms are UserControls...

Max.
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Smith123goCommented:
There is no appelt in C# at all.. also C# is better for writting web application ( with ASP.Net & ADO.Net).
Note: C# is faster than Java more than 3 times!!!
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Smith123goCommented:
You may use some COM with C#.
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