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Visual Basic 6 and Java Applet

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If homepage loads a java applet ,how can I access the textfield in the java applet using Visual Basic 6 and Internet Explorer Object ? Just like accessing the DOM structure of the homepage using Visual Basic 6 ?
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You cannot
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Can I just like accessing the DOM structure using Internet Explorer Object in Visual Basic 6 ?
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No.

Generally the DOM structure has something to do with the HTML elements. The Java applet is something completely different.
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