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Hi everyone,

im doing this question:

(1) Find the errors in the applet given below and re-write it after correcting the errors.

import java.awt.*;
import java.applet.*;
 
 public class appError extends Applet{
 String name; public void paint()
{ 
Font font=new Font(“Monospaced”, Font.ITALIC, 36);
 setFont(font); 
setBackground(yellow);
 setColor(red); drawstring(name); 
}//end of paint()
}//end of class

I managed to correct the code to this:

import java.awt.*;
import java.applet.*;
import java.awt.FlowLayout;
 
public class MidTerm1 extends Applet{
String name;
 
public void paint(Graphics g){
Font font=new Font("Monospaced", Font.ITALIC, 36);
setFont(font);
setBackground(Color.yellow);
g.setColor(Color.red);
g.drawString("manal", 10, 100);
}//end of paint()

The problem is that im having problems with the second part of the question which is:
Write appropriate HTML statements to provide a value for the variable name at the time of running the applet. Include the appropriate statement(s) in the applet to read values from the HTML statements.

i have no clue on how i can start it off. Is it ok if you only give me tips on how i can start it off.

Thank you soooo much!!

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Every decent tutorial about applets should have that information.
Several of the demonstration applets that ship with the JDK also use parameters.

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Write appropriate HTML statements to provide a value for the variable name at the time of running the applet. Include the appropriate statement(s) in the applet to read values from the HTML statements.

Sounds like a html problem. A good book will give an example of combining a java applet and html.

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