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getting stuff out of an applet?

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I'm an utter newbie to java, but I'm curious where to look for
information on more or less "scraping" applets.

I found a site that says applet output goes to "system console" on OSX,
but since I'm on Linux that's not real helpful.

I'm perfectly willing to read up on this instead of bothering you;
does anyone know where to start looking?
Jul 17 '05 #1
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Depends on the browser you are viewing the applet in, not the OS.
In Mozilla, just use the menu.
Tools -> Web Development -> Java Console
I also use linux.
If you use the "Applet viewer" you should see the output on the console you
launched the applet viewer from.

Matthew Crouch wrote:
I'm an utter newbie to java, but I'm curious where to look for
information on more or less "scraping" applets.

I found a site that says applet output goes to "system console" on OSX,
but since I'm on Linux that's not real helpful.

I'm perfectly willing to read up on this instead of bothering you;
does anyone know where to start looking?


Jul 17 '05 #2

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you have a Java console in your browser, thats what they are talking
about. as for getting output from there redirected to an app is a new
one for me. what you could do is access the webpage from your own java
application. there is enough bells and whistles in java to redirect
console output to your program.

not a normal way of doing things but hey... this is the internet

- perry

Matthew Crouch wrote:
I'm an utter newbie to java, but I'm curious where to look for
information on more or less "scraping" applets.

I found a site that says applet output goes to "system console" on OSX,
but since I'm on Linux that's not real helpful.

I'm perfectly willing to read up on this instead of bothering you;
does anyone know where to start looking?


Jul 17 '05 #3

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