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Convert Java to Java Applet

xairzxxairzx Posts: 1Member
Im having difficult to convert these code to java appplet
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package testing2;
import javax.swing.*;
import java.awt.*;




public class Testing2 extends JFrame {

private JButton Butang1,Butang2,Butang3;
private JTextField answer;
private JTextArea area;
private JCheckBox checkButton;
private JSlider scroll;

public Testing2(){
Container contentPane = getContentPane();

setSize(600, 400);
setTitle("");
setLocation(30, 40);

contentPane.setLayout(null);
contentPane.setBackground(Color.white);

Butang1 = new JButton("Butang A");
Butang1.setBounds(150, 20, 95, 30);
contentPane.add(Butang1);


Butang2 = new JButton("Butang B ");
Butang2.setBounds(250, 20, 95, 30);
contentPane.add(Butang2);


Butang3 = new JButton("Butang C");
Butang3.setBounds(350, 20, 95, 30);
contentPane.add(Butang3);

answer = new JTextField();
answer.setBounds(20, 60, 150, 20);
contentPane.add(answer);

answer = new JTextField();
answer.setBounds(20, 80, 150, 20);
contentPane.add(answer);

answer = new JTextField();
answer.setBounds(20, 100, 150, 20);
contentPane.add(answer);


checkButton = new JCheckBox("cbox 1",false);
checkButton.setBounds(200, 60, 80, 30);
contentPane.add(checkButton);

checkButton = new JCheckBox("cbox 2",false);
checkButton.setBounds(300, 60, 80, 30);
contentPane.add(checkButton);

checkButton = new JCheckBox("cbox 3",false);
checkButton.setBounds(400, 60, 80, 30);
contentPane.add(checkButton);

checkButton = new JCheckBox("cbox 4",false);
checkButton.setBounds(500, 60, 80, 30);
contentPane.add(checkButton);


scroll = new JSlider();
scroll.setBounds(20, 120, 550,50);
scroll.setValue(0);
scroll.setMaximum(10);
scroll.setMinimum(0);
scroll.setMajorTickSpacing(2);
scroll.setPaintTicks(rootPaneCheckingEnabled);
scroll.setPaintLabels(rootPaneCheckingEnabled);
scroll.setVisible(true);
contentPane.add(scroll);


scroll = new JSlider();
scroll.setBounds(20, 180, 550,50);
scroll.setValue(0);
scroll.setMaximum(20);
scroll.setMinimum(0);
scroll.setMajorTickSpacing(5);
scroll.setPaintTicks(rootPaneCheckingEnabled);
scroll.setPaintLabels(rootPaneCheckingEnabled);
scroll.setVisible(true);
contentPane.add(scroll);

scroll = new JSlider();
scroll.setBounds(20, 240, 550,50);
scroll.setValue(0);
scroll.setMaximum(5);
scroll.setMinimum(0);
scroll.setMajorTickSpacing(1);
scroll.setPaintTicks(rootPaneCheckingEnabled);
scroll.setPaintLabels(rootPaneCheckingEnabled);
scroll.setVisible(true);
contentPane.add(scroll);


area = new JTextArea();
area.setBounds(20,300, 550, 20);
area.setBorder(BorderFactory.createLineBorder(Color.black));
area.setEditable(false);
contentPane.add(area);

}
public static void main(String[] args) {
// TODO code application logic here


Testing2 mybuttondemo = new Testing2();
mybuttondemo.setVisible(true);
}

}


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im using this to make it to java applet

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but the problem is there is no box, radio button appear in the web browser. do i need some certain code to appear all the things?
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