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Switching between Java Applets?

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I have 3 Java applets, and with one of them I want to give the option to open 1 of the other 2 (with buttons). Can someone please tell me how I can do this? Thanks.
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by:Mayank S
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Where are you deploying your applet? If its in a browser, I guess you could open a new Java-script window and load the second Applet in that one.
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yeah, its in a browser
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You could open a new window and load the applet in it.
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