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can someone please tellme how to print this on screen using java applets???


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Classwork?
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tell me the example
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Please see the guidelines about classwork
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Search at http://java.sun.com/ for tutorials on applets. Or, if you've already put the effort into learning applets, tell us the specific problem you're having and we'll help. But we cannot just give you the code for a whole program. That's what programmers are PAYED for ;)

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You're too kind, nesnemis.  :P
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thanks
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im very sorry about that.
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:) ThanQ
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