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Thread: Saving as HTML?

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    Default Saving as HTML?

    I made a program here that does random stuff with draw, I was told to send in the .java file ( done ) and the html file (wtf) I am using netBeans and I have no idea of how to save the html file. This is my code.
    import java.applet.Applet;   // Imports the Applet class
    import java.awt.Graphics;    // Imports the Graphics class, used to draw lines, circles, squares, text, etc
     
    /** 
      * The HelloWorld class implements an applet that simply displays "Hello World!". 
      */ 
     
    // Our HelloWorld class extends  the Applet class, giving it access to all the methods of Applet.
    public class HelloWorld extends Applet {         
     
        // The paint method draws anything that is in our applet on the applet screen.  
        // It takes a graphics object (g), that is used to draw
     
        public void paint(Graphics g) 
        {     
     
            double x1;
            double x2;
            double y1;
            double y2;
     
     
     
            x1 = 1;
            x2 = 1;
            y1 = 1;
            y2= 1;
     
            double dbl = distance(x1, y1, x2, y2);
     
            g.drawString("Logan Carl Crone", 50, 25); 
            g.drawString("Can You Find Me??", 250,150);
            g.drawString("" + dbl, 150, 150);
     
     
            distance (x1, y1, x2, y2);
     
        }    
    public static double distance 
                   (double x1, double y1, double x2, double y2) { 
             double dx = x2 - x1;
             double dy = y2 - y1;
             double dsquared = dx*dx + dy*dy;
             double distance = Math.sqrt (dsquared);         
             return distance; 
     
    } 
    }


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    Default Re: Saving as HTML?

    You'll want to create a small HTML program that just shows your applet. I'll bet your instructor has given you instructions on how to do this, and if so, I suggest that you review these notes. If not, there are decent tutorials that will show you how.

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    Default Re: Saving as HTML?

    This is what I have been given:
    If you want to run the html file, switch to the Files window (Ctrl-z), browse to the build folder.
    Right-click the HelloWorld.html file and choose View. The applet should come up in a browser window. If your browser if blocking content, change the option so that is does not block it. But Ctrl-Z Does nothing in netBeans

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