Google should give you a good description of each of those.
If you have any questions about what you find for either item, copy the text here and ask any questions you have about what it says.
Originally Posted by Norm
to function. Java is a much larger and more complicated language that creates "standalone"
applications. A Java "applet" (so-called because it is a little application) is a fully
then it is enacted by the browser--although today's web apps are starting to blur the line
between traditional desktop applications and those which are
It is much easier and more robust than Java. It allows for fast creation of web page events.
freedom in the creation of objects. Java is very rigid and requires all items to be denoted
Java is geared toward where it is needed most at the time.
These two paragraphs are extract from a website I searched. And there are two things that I cant really see it clearly as follows:
-A Java "applet" (so-called because it is a little application) is a fully contained program
-Java is geared toward where it is needed most at the time.
the second sentence: where is it needed the most?(considering the word Java is referred to applet)
An applet can use the features of the java language to do the many things that the java language can do (with some restrictions).
It is a fully contained program
When traveling between two places, sometimes a train is a good way to travel and sometimes an automobile. Depends on lots of things.
okay, I think I get a clearer picture of this. thank you very much. :)