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    Java Applet

    when i make a java applet using JCreator it creates a two files one .htm and another one is .java, not .class, the question is how to make java applet using JCreator?

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    The .java file is the source file. You need to compile the source file into a .class file.
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    how to compile it?

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    The compile process is different for each compiler. Usually there is either a toolbar button for quick access or an option to compile under the project or build items on the menu. I've never used JCreator so I can't tell you exactly how.

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    Originally posted by Josh Campbell
    The compile process is different for each compiler. Usually there is either a toolbar button for quick access or an option to compile under the project or build items on the menu. I've never used JCreator so I can't tell you exactly how.
    To be more precise.. Each java Itegrated Development Environment(IDE) will have different menu items/buttons for you to click to start the compiler.

    Java IDE != compiler.
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    technical details, sorry, always mix up words and forget what the right ones are.

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    Originally posted by Josh Campbell
    technical details, sorry, always mix up words and forget what the right ones are.
    It's okay. When I used to help teach java courses I used to correct students all the time as they would confuse JBuilder, JCreator, Forte, etc as being the compiler. Now I just do it out of habit. Normally I probably wouldn't notice when someone uses the terms interchangibly.
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