[thelist] Jumping into Java

CDitty mail at redhotsweeps.com
Sat Jan 20 22:42:31 CST 2001

Matt, my hero.  :)

Actually, I want to do the same thing that you just did with my slots 
game.  ie....send userid and points to page that hits the db.

Can you tell me the function I should be looking at for this?

Also, these programs appear to be a little old.  When I compiled one of 
them I got several warnings about some functions being 
depreciated.    Since this is my first attempt at a compiled language, 
should I be concerned?


At 09:02 PM 1/20/01, you wrote:
>If you are talking about what I think you are talking about, yes. BUT, it
>depends on what you are using to load the webpage. If you are displaying the
>webpage and use certain Java objects (like the one to emulate a IE frame), you
>most likely have all the options to the user that you would have if it was a
>regular browser window. Other objects will not give these options or let you
>turn them off. If you are simply calling a webpage, then absolutely. The
>filename will be hidden in the compiled source.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: CDitty <mail at redhotsweeps.com>
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>Sent: Saturday, January 20, 2001 4:58 PM
>Subject: [thelist] Jumping into Java
> > Hello all,
> >
> > I have found a website that will allow people to download their Java games
> > and use on our site.  My question is, is it possible to have Java access a
> > webpage and it not be known to the user?  ie....In Flash I can use the
> > LoadVariables function.  Is there anything similar in Java?
> >
> > Thanks
> >
> > CDitty
> >
> >
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