[thelist] Applet class file

CDitty mail at redhotsweeps.com
Fri Apr 6 21:53:24 CDT 2001

You can't edit a .class file.  Class files are compiled java files.  Once 
it is compiled, it is turned into computer language.  Your best bet is to 
get the java source from your customer and edit that.

Another choice that you have, although must more complicated, would be to 
find a program called jad.  (Do a google search for this.)  This will 
decompile the .class file, but it might not give you the expected results 
you wish.

Hope this helps.  If I am wrong on any of this, someone please correct me.


At 09:19 PM 4/6/2001, you wrote:
>I have an applet on a client's site that I would like to change the timing
>on (it brings up different text on its own time basis). The text is being
>displayed too slow and I would like to speed it up.
>When I bring up the .class file in a text editor (be it Notepad, EditPlus,
>HTML Kit), I don't understand the code I'm looking at. You know, zillions of
>boxes, string characters, etc. Is there a way or a tool I can use to do
>Sharon F. Malone
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