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public class Demo extends JApplet { public void paint (Graphics g) { gdrawRect(10, 5, 375,75); gdrawString("Mary Jones", 20,20); } }
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Many times your applet requires information from the HTML document in order to process information Let s say that the applet displays a personal greeting on the screen; however, the name of the person being greeted isn t included in the applet Instead, the name is provided by the HTML document when the applet is called You can pass information to an applet from an HTML document by using the <param> HTML tag The <param> tag consists of two attributes: name and value The name attribute is used to identify the name used in the applet to represent the parameter Think of this as the name of an argument for a Java method The value attribute is used to identify the value being passed to the applet Think of this as the value that is passed to an argument for a Java method The <param> tag must be placed within the opening and closing <applet> tags in the HTML document This is shown in the next example, where the parameter FirstName is assigned the value Bob and then passed to the applet Although this example shows one parameter, you can use as many parameters as necessary by inserting additional <param> tags in the HTML document
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<html> <applet code="Democlass" width="400" height="45"> <param name="FirstName" value="Bob"> </applet> </html>
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Next, you need to modify the applet so it reads the parameter passed from the HTML document To do this, you need to do two things to your applet First, you need to reserve memory so you can store the parameter You do this by declaring a String variable Second, you call the getParameter() method The getParameter() method requires one parameter the name of the name parameter specified in the corresponding attribute of the <param> tag The getParameter() method returns the corresponding value Programmers commonly place the getParameter() method call in the init() method that the applet overwrites because an applet reads a parameter once when it begins This is shown in the next example, where a person s name is passed
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as a parameter and placed in a welcome message Notice that the variable used to store the parameter is combined with strings to create the greeting These are joined by using the concatenation operator (+)
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import javaxswingJApplet; import javaawtGraphics; public class Demo extends JApplet { private String firstName; public void init() { firstName = getParameter("FirstName"); } public void paint( Graphics g) { gdrawString( "Hello, "+ firstName +"!", 30, 30 ); } }
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A Java application can do certain things that an applet cannot For example, an application can delete files on the local computer, but an applet cannot because an applet is considered untrustworthy An applet runs in a sandbox It can display and receive information, but it cannot access the local file system unless the person using the Java applet gives it the necessary privilege to access the local file system This privilege is granted via a web browser setting The web browser examines an applet using a bytecode verifier before the Java applet runs to make sure that the applet complies with the Java security policy The Java security policy restricts what a Java applet can and cannot do on the local computer These restrictions may vary based on the web browser and whether the Java applet is loaded from the local computer or from a remote computer Anticipate that an applet won t be able to initiate a print job or read and write local files In addition, an applet usually cannot access the following items:
The clipboard A local computer s event queue The local computer s operating system properties The local computer s operating security properties
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