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    Beginniner Java programmer question

    I've only taken 1 semester of Java programming, so a lot about Java I don't know much about. In one of my classes, my professor wants me to write a program to do such-and-such but he wants it to run in applet through HTML. I have no experience with applets so I don't have a clue where to begin. I already accomplished the code and it runs perfectly fine through the java console when I compile in JCreator. The program is rather simple, gets string inputs, cycles the strings and outputs the strings in order. Is there a way to make all the information that are shown in System.out.println to show up in the applet window just like in the java console?

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    Look at the Graphics class.

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    You will need to read this tutorial on applets:

    http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutor...let/index.html

    kind regards,
    Noel
    Efficiency is intelligent laziness

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