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Thread: APPLET PARAM

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    Cool APPLET PARAM

    I use netbeans for development. An applet I developed uploads a multi paragraph string and preserves the CRLF's. But when I deploy it in an app, they get lost in the upload. Anyone know why?


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    Default Re: APPLET PARAM

    Need a lot more information on what you are doing.
    How is the "upload" done? What programs, classes and methods are used?
    How do you deploy an applet in an app?
    If you don't understand my answer, don't ignore it, ask a question.

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