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adding Java applet to .html file

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Hi,

I am trying to put a chat room applet in a html file, but meanwhile the Clientapp (chat room gui) also created 2 .class files to support the read in from server and the KeyHandler.class.  am wondering how can i add this 2 .class file to the html along with the Clientapp.class? thanks alot
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You don't - you just put the applet in the html and let the machine load the other classes. Put them all together if they're in the same package
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8-)
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thanks.. that's a very quick response!! appreciate it ~~
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No problem - we're all fast in this TA ;-)
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