Re: I am a student of Aptech.
Tuesday, April 30, 2002 05:27 AM
You might get a more proactive response if you seperated out your questions asking each individually in the appropriate forum. You are unlikely to find a single individual with the time or patience to answer all of your questions at one hit.
1. Use the '-Xint' commandline option to the JVM to turn off JIT (you can find out the advanced options by typing 'java -X')
2.According Sun's java website ('java.sun.com') Duke is the mascot for Java technology (do a search for 'Duke' on that site).
3. Use the File object. There are plenty of references to this in the Forums/FAQs on this site. Look in there before asking.
4. Either a method on the Applet that's invoked when an instance of that object is created or an external tool capable of creating/running an instance of an Applet
5. This is also dealt with elsewhere in the forums/FAQs on this site.
6. Haven't a clue. I know that there are tools to do this (and entries elsewhere on this site). To my mind this defeats the whole purpose of Java.
7. Haven't a clue. Try posting this in the Swing forum (after first checking whether or not there are already answers posted).
8. Haven't a clue. Try posting this in the Networking forum (after first checking whether or not there are already answers posted).