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    Apr 2012

    Smile JSP and file.war

    my friends, I want to ask about JSP, and I am still confused, because i am new in JSP and i am in processs of learning, and do not understand about the JSP.

    how to create a file.war anyway?explain to me step by step,one by one, from the beginning until the end, from step one to the end,so i can understand, pleasee.. i am really need help


    how to create a swing that acts as an applet, with characteristic using JApplet class, with the following code sample:

    public class extends JApplet {SwingApplet

    JButton button;

    public void init () {

    / / Force SwingApplet to come up in the System L & F
    String laf = UIManager.getSystemLookAndFeelClassName ();
    try {
    UIManager.setLookAndFeel (laf);
    / / If you want the Cross Platform L & F instead, comment out the above line and
    / / Uncomment the Following:
    / / UIManager.setLookAndFeel (UIManager.getCrossPlatformLookAndFeelClassName ());
    } Catch (UnsupportedLookAndFeelException exc) {
    System.err.println ("Warning: UnsupportedLookAndFeel:" + laf);
    } Catch (Exception exc) {
    System.err.println ("Error loading" + laf + ":" + exc);

    getContentPane (). setLayout (new FlowLayout ());
    button = new JButton ("Hello, I'm a Swing Button");
    getContentPane (). add (button);

    public void stop () {
    if (button! = null) {
    getContentPane (). remove (button);
    button = null;


    Make a swing that can display a query data form from following picture,from file .docx that i upload:

    please help ya, I really beg, and God bless you all
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