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Q4065 Can Java applets talk to each other?

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Yes applets can communicate. If you have a group of applets on the same web page, this means that these applets are now loaded into the memory of the client machine. Now these independent objects are working in their protected area. The facility provided is that One applet can access the public domain of another applet by specifying the classname and the variable it wants to access. Only if the Java Security is not violated

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