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03-10-2010, 07:16 AM
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What programs can I get to make a Java applet? Are there any free programs where I can make a Java applet? Will I have the same results doing an applet on a free version compare to a paid version?

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There are a number of free text editor available for writing applet code like notepad,notepad++,coffee cup. it will not make any difference on results, whether you are using paid or free version.

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MSDOS edit is a free editor for writing applet code.

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MSDOS edit is a free editor for writing applet code.
Yes. But first we must write code in notepad or notepad++ and then by using MSDOS we must call the java compiler to compile the program. If this is a pain you can simply use "eclipse" which is another program for Java programs. It free. You can download it from sun.java.com and its simple to use. Try it. I am also using it.

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You should try Netbeans, imho definitely the best Java IDE. Has more features than eclipse, like a visual Swing editor and others..

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Both Net beans and Eclipse are good IDE's, its really up to your preferences as to what IDE you use. Eclipse however does offer a java visual editor like net beans, its called Visual Editor Project. Here is a link to check it out: http://www.eclipse.org/vep/ . I believe it uses java beans if I am not mistaken.

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