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> From: Andy Carroll <acarroll -at- WEB -dot- NET>
> Please correct me if I am wrong, but I thought there was a difference
> everybody-has-to-know-it, web-page-and-everything-else programming
> renamed itself to jump on the Java bandwagon.
Java code and compile it, creating a Java applet. You then call the applet
by using special coding in your HTML file.
simple and not so robust, while Java is robust but harder to use. I use
properly formatted (no alpha characters, hyphens, or slashes) and that it
is a valid (no 2/29/97 or 13/65/97).
This site supports both Netscape and Internet Explorer, and I've found that
Microsoft's implementation of the OPEN standard is called JScript and,
kris -at- olberg -dot- com
kolberg -at- actamed -dot- com