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EC8003/4

IV/IV B.Tech. DEGREE EXAMINATION, APRIL,2017


Eighth Semester
ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

CORE JAVA

SCHEME CUM EVALUATION SET

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EC8003/4
IV/IV B.Tech. DEGREE EXAMINATION, APRIL,2017
Eighth Semester
CORE JAVA
SCHEME CUM EVALUATION SET

Max. Marks: 70

PART-A
(10*1=10M)
a. Define JVM.
Ans.: The Java Virtual Machine (JVM) is the runtime engine of the Java Platform,
which allows any program written in Java or other language compiled into Java
bytecode to run on any computer that has a native JVM.

b. Give the general form of a class definition.


Ans.: class clsName
{
// instance variable declaration
type1 varName1 = value1;
type2 varName2 = value2;
:
:
typeN varNameN = valueN;

// Constructors
clsName(cparam1)
{
// body of constructor
}
:
:
clsName(cparamN)
{
// body of constructor
}

// Methods
rType1 methodName1(mParams1)
{
// body of method

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}
:
:
rTypeN methodNameN(mParamsN)
{
// body of method
}
}

c. Differentiate final and finalize().


Ans.: Final class can't be inherited, final method can't be overridden and final
variable value can't be changed. Finally is used to place important code, it will be
executed whether exception is handled or not. Finalize is used to perform clean up
processing just before object is garbage collected.

d. What is meant by Dynamic Method Dispatch?


Ans.: Dynamic method dispatch is a mechanism by which a call to an overridden
method is resolved at runtime. This is how java implements runtime polymorphism.
When an overridden method is called by a reference, java determines which version
of that method to execute based on the type of object it refer to.
e. List out any two JavaBuilt-in Exceptions.
Ans.:
i. ArithmeticException
ii. ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException
iii. IllegalArgumentException

f. What are the two ways creating a Thread?


Ans.:
i. Implementing the Runnable Interface
ii. Extending Thread class
g. List out any four Event Listener Interfaces.
Ans.:
i. ActionListener
ii. ComponentListener
iii. ItemListener
iv. KeyListener
v. MouseListener

h. Differentiate Check Box and Checkbox Group.


Ans.: There is a fundamental difference between them. In a checkbox group, a user
can select more than one option. Each checkbox operates individually, so a user can
toggle each response "on" and "off." Radio buttons, however, operate as a group
and provide mutually exclusive selection values

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i. Explain about JComboBox class.
Ans.: JComboxBox is a Swing component that renders a drop-down list of choices and lets
the user selects one item from the lis

j. Give the Life Cycle of an Applet.

Ans.: Life Cycle of an Applet

Four methods in the Applet class gives you the framework on which you build any serious
applet

Init() This method is intended for whatever initialization is needed for your applet. It is
called after the param tags inside the applet tag have been processed.

Start() This method is automatically called after the browser calls the init method. It is also
called whenever the user returns to the page containing the applet after having gone off to
other pages.

Stop() This method is automatically called when the user moves off the page on which the
applet sits. It can, therefore, be called repeatedly in the same applet.

Destroy() This method is only called when the browser shuts down normally. Because
applets are meant to live on an HTML page, you should not normally leave resources behind
after a user leaves the page that contains the applet.

Paint() Invoked immediately after the start() method, and also any time the applet needs to
repaint itself in the browser. The paint() method is actually inherited from the java.awt.

PART-B (4*15=60M)
UNIT-I

1. a. Write a Java program for matrix multiplication. 8M


Ans.:
import java.util.Scanner;

public class Matrix_Multiplication {

Scanner scan;
int matrix1[][], matrix2[][], multi[][];
int row, column;

void create() {

scan = new Scanner(System.in);

System.out.println("Matrix Multiplication");

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// First Matrix Creation..
System.out.println("\nEnter number of rows & columns");
row = Integer.parseInt(scan.nextLine());
column = Integer.parseInt(scan.nextLine());

matrix1 = new int[row][column];


matrix2 = new int[row][column];
multi = new int[row][column];

System.out.println("Enter the data for first matrix :");

for(int i=0; i<row; i++) {

for(int j=0; j<column; j++) {

matrix1[i][j] = scan.nextInt();
}
}

// Second Matrix Creation..


System.out.println("Enter the data for second matrix :");

for(int i=0; i<row; i++) {

for(int j=0; j<column; j++) {

matrix2[i][j] = scan.nextInt();
}
}
}

void display() {

System.out.println("\nThe First Matrix is :");

for(int i=0; i<row; i++) {

for(int j=0; j<column; j++) {

System.out.print("\t" + matrix1[i][j]);
}
System.out.println();
}

System.out.println("\n\nThe Second Matrix is :");

for(int i=0; i<row; i++) {

for(int j=0; j<column; j++) {

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System.out.print("\t" + matrix2[i][j]);
}
System.out.println();
}
}

void multi() {

for(int i=0; i<row; i++) {

for(int j=0; j<column; j++) {

multi[i][j] = matrix1[i][j] * matrix2[i][j];


}
}

System.out.println("\n\nThe Multiplication is :");

for(int i=0; i<row; i++) {

for(int j=0; j<column; j++) {

System.out.print("\t" + multi[i][j]);
}
System.out.println();
}
}
}

class MainClass {

public static void main(String args[]) {

Matrix_Multiplication obj = new Matrix_Multiplication();

obj.create();
obj.display();
obj.multi();
}
}
1. b. Write a Jva program to print prime numbers below the given range n.
7M
Ans.:

import java.util.Scanner;
class prime
{
public static void main(String[] args)
{

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int n,p;
Scanner s=new Scanner(System.in);
System.out.println(Enter upto which number prime numbers are
needed);
n=s.nextInt();
for(int i=2;i<n;i++)
{
p=0;
for(int j=2;j<i;j++)
{
if(i%j==0)
p=1;
}
if(p==0)
System.out.println(i);
}
}
}
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2. a. Explain different types of constructors with suitable examples. 8M
Ans.:
Constructor in Java

Constructor in java is a special type of method that is used to initialize the object.

Java constructor is invoked at the time of object creation. It constructs the values i.e.
provides data for the object that is why it is known as constructor.

Rules for creating java constructor

There are basically two rules defined for the constructor.

1. Constructor name must be same as its class name


2. Constructor must have no explicit return type

Types of java constructors

There are two types of constructors:

1. Default constructor (no-arg constructor)


2. Parameterized constructor

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Java Default Constructor

A constructor that have no parameter is known as default constructor.

Syntax of default constructor:


<class_name>(){}

class Bike1{

Bike1(){System.out.println("Bike is created");}

public static void main(String args[]){

Bike1 b=new Bike1();

} }

Java parameterized constructor:

A constructor that have parameters is known as parameterized constructor.

Why use parameterized constructor?

Parameterized constructor is used to provide different values to the distinct objects.

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Example of parameterized constructor:

class Student{

int id;

String name;

Student(int i,String n){

id = i;

name = n;

void display(){System.out.println(id+" "+name);}

public static void main(String args[]){

Student s1 = new Student(111,"Karan");

Student s2 = new Student(222,"Aryan");

s1.display();

s2.display();

2. b. Write a Java program exploring String Class. 7M


Ans.:

public class String_Ex1 {

public static void main(String args[]) {

String text = "Hello SampleCodez";

System.out.println(text);
}
}

public class String_Ex2 {

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public static void main(String args[]) {

char[] charArray = {'J', 'A', 'V', 'A' };

String text = new String(charArray);

System.out.println(text);
}
}

public class String_Ex3 {

public static void main(String args[]) {

String text = "samplecodez.com";

if(text.isEmpty());
else
System.out.println(text.length());
}
}

public class String_Ex4 {

public static void main(String args[]) {

String text1 = "samplecodez";


String text2 = "com";

String ans1 = "samplecodez".concat(".").concat("com");


String ans2 = text1.concat(".").concat("com");
String ans3 = text1.concat(".").concat(text2);
String ans4 = text1 + "." + text2;

System.out.println(ans1);
System.out.println(ans2);
System.out.println(ans3);
System.out.println(ans4);
}
}

public class String_Ex5 {

public static void main(String args[]) {

String text = "samplecodez";

int index = text.charAt(5);


char ch = text.charAt(5);

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int indexOf = text.indexOf('e');
int lastIndexOf = text.lastIndexOf('e');

System.out.println("ASCII value : " + index);


System.out.println("Value for index '5' is : "+ ch);

System.out.println("\nFirst index of 'e' : " + indexOf);


System.out.println("Last index of 'e' : " + lastIndexOf);
}
}

public class String_Ex6 {

public static void main(String args[]) {

String text = "samplecodez";

int val1 = text.compareTo("samplecodez");


int val2 = text.compareTo("Samplecodez");
int val3 = text.compareToIgnoreCase("sampleCODEZ");

System.out.println("If value is 0, both are equal. Otherwise not equal.");

System.out.println("\n" + val1);
System.out.println(val2);
System.out.println(val3);
}
}
UNIT-II

3. a. Define Abstract class.Explain with suitable example. 8M

Ans.:
Abstract class in Java

A class that is declared with abstract keyword, is known as abstract class in java. It can have
abstract and non-abstract methods (method with body).

Before learning java abstract class, let's understand the abstraction in java first.

Abstraction in Java

Abstraction is a process of hiding the implementation details and showing only functionality
to the user.

Another way, it shows only important things to the user and hides the internal details for
example sending sms, you just type the text and send the message. You don't know the
internal processing about the message delivery.

Abstraction lets you focus on what the object does instead of how it does it.

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Ways to achieve Abstaction

There are two ways to achieve abstraction in java

Abstract class (0 to 100%)

Interface (100%)

Abstract class in Java

A class that is declared as abstract is known as abstract class. It needs to be extended and
its method implemented. It cannot be instantiated.

Example abstract class

abstract class A{}

abstract method

A method that is declared as abstract and does not have implementation is known as
abstract method.

Example abstract method

abstract void printStatus();//no body and abstract

Example of abstract class that has abstract method

In this example, Bike the abstract class that contains only one abstract method run. It
implementation is provided by the Honda class.

abstract class Bike{

abstract void run();

class Honda extends Bike{

void run(){System.out.println("running safely..");}

public static void main(String args[]){

Bike obj = new Honda();

obj.run();

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3. b. Explai how Access protection is handled in packages. 7M
Ans.:
Access Protection in Packages
Access modifiers define the scope of the class and its members (data and methods). For
example, private members are accessible within the same class members
(methods). Java provides many levels of security that provides the visibility of members
(variables and methods) within the classes, subclasses, and packages.
Packages are meant for encapsulating, it works as containers for classes and other
subpackages. Class acts as containers for data and methods. There are four categories,
provided by Java regarding the visibility of the class members between classes and
packages:

1. Subclasses in the same package


2. Non-subclasses in the same package
3. Subclasses in different packages
4. Classes that are neither in the same package nor subclasses

The three main access modifiers private, public and protected provides a range of ways to
access required by these categories.

Simply remember, private cannot be seen outside of its class, public can be access from
anywhere, and protected can be accessible in subclass only in the hierarchy.
A class can have only two access modifier, one is default and another is public. If the class
has default access then it can only be accessed within the same package by any other code.
But if the class has public access then it can be access from any where by any other code.

Example:
//PCKG1_ClassOne.java
package pckg1;
public class PCKG1_ClassOne{
int a = 1;
private int pri_a = 2;
protected int pro_a = 3;
public int pub_a = 4;
public PCKG1_ClassOne() {
System.out.println("base class constructor called");
System.out.println("a = " + a);
System.out.println("pri_a = " + pri_a);

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System.out.println("pro_a "+ pro_a);
System.out.println("pub_a "+ pub_a);
}
}

The above file PCKG1_ClassOne belongs to package pckg1, and contains data members
with all access modifiers.

//PCKG1_ClassTwo.java

package pckg1;
class PCKG1_ClassTwo extends PCKG1_ClassOne {
PCKG1_ClassTwo() {
System.out.println("derived class constructor called");
System.out.println("a = " + a);
II accessible in same class only
II System.out.println("pri_a = " + pri_a);
System.out.println("pro_a "+ pro_a);
System.out.println("pub_a = + pub_a);
}
}

The above file PCKG1_ClassTwo belongs to package pckg1, and extends


PCKG1_ClassOne, which belongs to the same package.
//PCKG1_ClasslnSamePackage

package pckg1;
class PCKG1_ClassInSamePackage {
PCKG1_ClassInSamePackage() {
PCKG1_ClassOne co = new PCKG1_ClassOne();
System.out.println("same package class constructor called");
System.out.println("a = " + co.a);
II accessible in same class only
II System.out.println("pri_a = " + co.pri_a);
System.out.println("pro_a "+ co.pro_a);
System.out.println("pub_a = " + co.pub_a);
}
}

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The above file PCKG1_ClassInSamePackage belongs to package pckg1, and having an
instance of PCKG1_ClassOne.

package PCKG1;
//Demo package PCKG1
public class DemoPackage1 {
public static void main(String ar[]) {
PCKG1_ClassOne obl = new PCKG1_ClassOne();
PCKG1_ClassTwo ob2 = new PCKG1_ClassTwo();
PCKG1_ClassInSamePackage ob3 = new PCKG1_ClassxnSamePackage();
}
}

The above file DemoPackageI belongs to package pckgI, and having an instance of all
classes in pckg1.

package pckg2;
class PCKG2_ClassOne extends PCKG1.PCKG1_ClassOne {
PCKG2_ClassOne() {
System.out.println("derived class of other package constructor
called");
II accessible in same class or same package only
II System.out.println("a = " + a);
II accessible in same class only
II System.out.println("pri_a = " + pri_a);
System.out.println("pro_a = " + pro_a);
System.out.println("pub_a = " + pub_a);
}
}
The above file PCKG2_ClassOne belongs to package pckg2. extends PCKG I_ClassOne,
which belongs to PCKG1, and it is trying to access data members of the class
PCKGI_ClassOne.

IIPCKG2_ ClassInOtherPackage

package pckg2;
class PCKG2_ClassInOtherPackage {
PCKG2_ClassInOtherpackage() {

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PCKG1.PCKG1_ClassOne co = new PCKG1.PCKG1_ClassOne();
System.out.println("other package constructor");
II accessible in same class or same package only
II System.out.println("a ,= " + co.a);
II accessible in same class only
II System.out.println("pri_a = " + co.pri_a);
II accessible in same class, subclass of same or other package
II System.out.println("pro_a = " + co.pro_a);
System.out.println("pub_a = " + co.pub_a);
}
}

The above file PCKG2_ClassInOtherPackage belongs to package pckg2, and having an


instance of PCKG LClassOne of package pckg I, trying to access its some data members.

II Demo package pckg2.

package pckg2;
public class DemoPackage2 {
public static void main(String ar[]) {
PCKG2_ClassOne obl = new PCKG2_ClassOne();
PCKG2_ClassInOtherPackage ob2 = new PCKG2_ClassInOtherPackage();
}
}

The above file DemoPackage2 belongs to package pckg2, and having an instance of all
classes of pckg2 .

(or)
4. a. Explain How Method Overriding can be prevented in Java? Explain with
a suitable example. 7M
Ans.:

Ways to Prevent Method Overriding in Java - Private, Static and Final

Every Java programmer knows that final modifier can be used to prevent method overriding
in Java because there is no way someone can override final methods; but, apart from final
modifier,

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Best Way to Prevent Method Overriding in Java

As far as Java best practice is concern, you should always use final keyword to indicate that
a method is not meant for overriding. final modifier has a readability advantage, as well as
consistency advantage, because as soon as a Java programmer sees a final method, he
knows that this can not be overridden. Private method implies that this method is only
accessible in this class, which in turns implies that, you can not override private methods on
derived class. As you can see, private methods still requires one more step to realize that it
can not be overridden. What creates confusion with private and static methods are that, you
can hide these methods in subclass. There is a difference between method hiding and
method overriding, A method is hidden in subclass, if it signature is same as of super class
method, but at a call to hidden method is resolved during compile time, while a call to
overridden method is resolved during run time.

public class PrivateFinalStaticOverridingTest

public static void main(String args[])

Base b = new Derived(); System.out.println(b.version());

System.out.println(b.name());

class Base

public final String version()

where();

public static String name()

return "Base";

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private void where()

System.out.println("Inside Base Class");

4.b. Write a java program to implement package and sub package concept. 7M
Ans.:

Creating package :

package pack;
public class A
{
public void msg(){System.out.println("Hello");
}
}

Importing package:
import pack.*;

class B{
public static void main(String args[])
{
A obj = new A();
obj.msg();
}
}

Creating sub package:

package com.ece.core;
class Simple
{
public static void main(String args[])
{
System.out.println("Hello subpackage");
}
}
UNIT-III

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5. a. Explain any two Exceptions with a suitable example. 7M
Ans.:
public class TestMultipleCatchBlock{
public static void main(String args[]){
try{
int a[]=new int[5];
a[5]=30/0;
}
catch(ArithmeticException e){System.out.println("task1 is completed");}
catch(ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException e){System.out.println("task 2
completed");}
catch(Exception e){System.out.println("common task completed");}

System.out.println("rest of the code...");


}
}

5. b. Write a Java program to create a user defined thread using Thread class.
7M
Ans.:
How to create thread

There are two ways to create a thread:

By extending Thread class

By implementing Runnable interface.

Thread class:

Thread class provide constructors and methods to create and perform operations on a
thread.Thread class extends Object class and implements Runnable interface.

Commonly used Constructors of Thread class:

Thread()

Thread(String name)

Thread(Runnable r)

Thread(Runnable r,String name)

Commonly used methods of Thread class:

public void run(): is used to perform action for a thread.

public void start(): starts the execution of the thread.JVM calls the run() method on the
thread.

public void sleep(long miliseconds): Causes the currently executing thread to sleep
(temporarily cease execution) for the specified number of milliseconds.

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public void join(): waits for a thread to die.

public void join(long miliseconds): waits for a thread to die for the specified miliseconds.

public int getPriority(): returns the priority of the thread.

public int setPriority(int priority): changes the priority of the thread.

Java Thread Example by extending Thread class

class Multi extends Thread{

public void run(){

System.out.println("thread is running...");

public static void main(String args[]){

Multi t1=new Multi();

t1.start();

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6. a. Write a Java program to create own exceptions using Exception class. 8M
Ans.:
Java own Exception:

If you are creating your own Exception that is known as custom exception or user-
defined exception. Java custom exceptions are used to customize the exception
according to user need.

By the help of custom exception, you can have your own exception and message.

simple example of java custom exception:

class InvalidAgeException extends Exception


{
InvalidAgeException(String s)
{
super(s);
}
}

class TestCustomException1{

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static void validate(int age)throws InvalidAgeException{
if(age<18)
throw new InvalidAgeException("not valid");
else
System.out.println("welcome to vote");
}

public static void main(String args[]){


try{
validate(13);
}catch(Exception m){System.out.println("Exception occured: "+m);}

System.out.println("rest of the code...");


}
}

6. b. Explain Inter Thread Communication using an example. 7M


Ans.:
Inter-thread communication in Java

Inter-thread communication or Co-operation is all about allowing synchronized threads to


communicate with each other.

Cooperation (Inter-thread communication) is a mechanism in which a thread is paused


running in its critical section and another thread is allowed to enter (or lock) in the same
critical section to be executed.It is implemented by following methods of Object class:

wait()
notify()
notifyAll()

1) wait() method

Causes current thread to release the lock and wait until either another thread invokes the
notify() method or the notifyAll() method for this object, or a specified amount of time has
elapsed.

The current thread must own this object's monitor, so it must be called from the
synchronized method only otherwise it will throw exception.

2) notify() method

Wakes up a single thread that is waiting on this object's monitor. If any threads are waiting
on this object, one of them is chosen to be awakened. The choice is arbitrary and occurs at
the discretion of the implementation. Syntax:

public final void notify()

3) notifyAll() method

Wakes up all threads that are waiting on this object's monitor. Syntax:

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public final void notifyAll()

Understanding the process of inter-thread communication inter thread ommunication


in java

The point to point explanation of the above diagram is as follows:

1. Threads enter to acquire lock.


2. Lock is acquired by on thread.
3. Now thread goes to waiting state if you call wait() method on the object. Otherwise it
releases the lock and exits.
4. If you call notify() or notifyAll() method, thread moves to the notified state (runnable
state).
5. Now thread is available to acquire lock.
6. After completion of the task, thread releases the lock and exits the monitor state of
the object.

UNIT-IV

7. a. Write a java Applet program to handle Mouse Events in applet window.


8M
Ans.:
import java.awt.*;
import java.awt.event.*;
import java.applet.*;
/*
<applet code="Mouse" width=500 height=500>
</applet>
*/
public class Mouse extends Applet
implements MouseListener,MouseMotionListener
{
int X=0,Y=20;
String msg="MouseEvents";

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public void init()
{
addMouseListener(this);
addMouseMotionListener(this);
setBackground(Color.black);
setForeground(Color.red);
}
public void mouseEntered(MouseEvent m)
{
setBackground(Color.magenta);
showStatus("Mouse Entered");
repaint();
}
public void mouseExited(MouseEvent m)
{
setBackground(Color.black);
showStatus("Mouse Exited");
repaint();
}
public void mousePressed(MouseEvent m)
{
X=10;
Y=20;
msg="NEC";
setBackground(Color.green);
repaint();
}
public void mouseReleased(MouseEvent m)
{
X=10;
Y=20;
msg="Engineering";
setBackground(Color.blue);
repaint();
}
public void mouseMoved(MouseEvent m)
{
X=m.getX();
Y=m.getY();
msg="College";
setBackground(Color.white);
showStatus("Mouse Moved");
repaint();
}
public void mouseDragged(MouseEvent m)
{
msg="CSE";
setBackground(Color.yellow);
showStatus("Mouse Moved"+m.getX()+" "+m.getY());
repaint();

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}
public void mouseClicked(MouseEvent m)
{
msg="Students";
setBackground(Color.pink);
showStatus("Mouse Clicked");
repaint();
}
public void paint(Graphics g)
{
g.drawString(msg,X,Y);
}
7. b. Explain architecture and execution of an Applet with suitable example.
7M
Ans.:
With the Java Plug-in, applets are not run in the JVM inside the browser. Instead, they are
executed in a separate process. ... An applet can also request to be executed in the
separate JVM. The browser and the applet can still communicate with one another, however.

Architecture

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A Java applet runs in the context of a browser. The Java Plug-in software in the browser
controls the launch and execution of Java applets. The browser also has a JavaScript
interpreter, which runs the JavaScript code on a web page.

1. Executing the applet within a java-compatible web browser.

For this write html code that has APPLET tag.

Code:

<applet code="[your java file name]" width=200 height=200>

</applet>

Now simply run this file as a normal html file.

2. Using an applet viewer. Applet viewer executes your applet in a window. This is fastest
and easiest way to test your applet.

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In this make a separate file AppletHtml.html of same code as above.

Code:

<applet code="[your java file name]" width=200 height=200>

</applet>

Then run above file as following command:

C:\>appletviewer AppletHtml.html

3. Better is one more way which is more commonly use - Simply include a comment at the
head of you Java file/program

Code:

/*

<applet code="[your java file name]" width=200 height=200>

</applet>

*/

myapplet.html

<html>

<body>

<applet code="First.class" width="300" height="300">

</applet>

</body>

</html>

//First.java

import java.applet.Applet;

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import java.awt.Graphics;

public class First extends Applet{

public void paint(Graphics g){

g.drawString("welcome to applet",150,150);

/*

<applet code="First.class" width="300" height="300">

</applet>

*/

To execute the applet by appletviewer tool, write in command prompt:

c:\>javac First.java

c:\>appletviewer First.java

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8.a. Define AWT Control Button Class.Explain how Buttons are handled in
Applets using Java Applet program? 8M
Ans.: Button is a control component that has a label and generates an event when
pressed. When a button is pressed and released, AWT sends an instance of
ActionEvent to the button, by calling processEvent on the button.

import java.applet.*;
import java.awt.*;
import java.awt.event.*;
public class EventApplet extends Applet implements ActionListener{
Button b;
TextField tf;

public void init(){


tf=new TextField();
tf.setBounds(30,40,150,20);

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b=new Button("Click");
b.setBounds(80,150,60,50);

add(b);
add(tf);
b.addActionListener(this);

setLayout(null);
}

public void actionPerformed(ActionEvent e){


tf.setText("Welcome");
}
}
8. b. Write a Applet program to demonstrating Text Area and Text Field AWT
controls. 7M
Ans.: import java.awt.*;
import java.awt.event.*;
import java.applet.*;
/*
<applet code="AWTControls" width=500 height=550>
</applet>
*/
public class AWTControls extends Applet implements
ActionListener, ItemListener, AdjustmentListener {
String btnMsg = "";
String lstMsg = "";
Button btnHard, btnSoft;
Checkbox chkC, chkCpp, chkJava;
CheckboxGroup cbgCompany;
Checkbox optTcs, optInfosys, optSyntel;
Scrollbar horzCurrent, vertExpected;
TextField txtName, txtPasswd;
TextArea txtaComments = new TextArea("", 5, 30);
Choice chCity;
List lstAccompany;
public void init() {
Label lblName = new Label("Name : ");
Label lblPasswd = new Label("Password : ");
Label lblField = new Label("Field of Interest : ");
Label lblSkill = new Label("Software Skill(s) : ");
Label lblDreamComp = new Label("Dream Company : ");
Label lblCurrent = new Label("Current % : ");
Label lblExpected = new Label("Expected % : ");
Label lblCity = new Label("Preferred City : ");
Label lblAccompany = new Label("Accompanying Persons% : ");
txtName = new TextField(15);
txtPasswd = new TextField(15);

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txtPasswd.setEchoChar('*');
btnHard = new Button("Hardware") ;
btnSoft = new Button("Software") ;
chkC = new Checkbox("C");
chkCpp = new Checkbox("C++");
chkJava = new Checkbox("Java");
cbgCompany = new CheckboxGroup();
optTcs = new Checkbox("Tata Consultancy Services",
cbgCompany, true);
optInfosys = new Checkbox("Infosys", cbgCompany,
false);
optSyntel = new Checkbox("Syntel India Ltd",
cbgCompany, false);
horzCurrent = new Scrollbar(Scrollbar.VERTICAL, 0,1, 1, 101);
vertExpected = new Scrollbar(Scrollbar.HORIZONTAL,0, 1, 1, 101);
chCity = new Choice();
chCity.add("Chennai");
chCity.add("Bangalore");
chCity.add("Hyderabad");
chCity.add("Trivandrum");
lstAccompany = new List(4, true);
lstAccompany.add("Father");
lstAccompany.add("Mother");
lstAccompany.add("Brother");
lstAccompany.add("Sister");
add(lblName);
add(txtName);
add(lblPasswd);
add(txtPasswd);
add(lblField);
add(btnHard);
add(btnSoft);
add(lblSkill);
add(chkC);
add(chkCpp);
add(chkJava);
add(lblDreamComp);
add(optTcs);
add(optInfosys);
add(optSyntel);
add(lblCurrent);
add(horzCurrent);
add(lblExpected);
add(vertExpected);
add(txtaComments);
add(lblCity);
add(chCity);
add(lblAccompany);
add(lstAccompany);
btnHard.addActionListener(this);

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btnSoft.addActionListener(this);
chkC.addItemListener(this);
chkCpp.addItemListener(this);
chkJava.addItemListener(this);
optTcs.addItemListener(this);
optInfosys.addItemListener(this);
optSyntel.addItemListener(this);
horzCurrent.addAdjustmentListener(this);
vertExpected.addAdjustmentListener(this);
chCity.addItemListener(this);
lstAccompany.addItemListener(this);
}
public void actionPerformed(ActionEvent ae)
{
String str = ae.getActionCommand();
if(str.equals("Hardware"))
{
btnMsg = "Hardware";
}
else if(str.equals("Software"))
{
btnMsg = "Software";
}
repaint();
}
public void itemStateChanged(ItemEvent ie)
{
repaint();
}
public void adjustmentValueChanged(AdjustmentEvent ae)
{
repaint();
}
public void paint(Graphics g)
{
g.drawString("Detailed Profile :-", 10, 300);
g.drawString("Field of Interest : " + btnMsg, 10,320);
g.drawString("Software Skill(s) : " , 10, 340);
g.drawString("C : " + chkC.getState(), 10, 360);
g.drawString("C++ : " + chkCpp.getState(), 10, 380);
g.drawString("Java : " + chkJava.getState(), 10,400);
g.drawString("Dream Company : " +
cbgCompany.getSelectedCheckbox().getLabel(), 10,420);
g.drawString("Current % : " +
horzCurrent.getValue(), 10, 440);
g.drawString("Expected % : " +vertExpected.getValue(), 10, 460);
g.drawString("Name: " + txtName.getText(), 10, 480);
g.drawString("Password: " + txtPasswd.getText(), 10,
500);
g.drawString("Preferred City : " +chCity.getSelectedItem(), 10, 520);

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int idx[];
idx = lstAccompany.getSelectedIndexes();
lstMsg = "Accompanying Persons : ";
for(int i=0; i<idx.length; i++)
lstMsg += lstAccompany.getItem(idx[i]) + " ";
g.drawString(lstMsg, 10, 540);
}
}

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