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Test your knowledge of the material covered in this hour by answering the following questions.


  1. Which type of Java program can be run by a Java interpreter?

    1. applets
    2. applications
    3. none
  2. What special HTML tag is used to put a Java program onto a web page?

    1. applet
    2. program
    3. run
  3. If you get into a fight with someone over the way to send information to a Java application, what are you doing?

    1. Struggling over strings
    2. Arguing about arguments
    3. Feudin' for functionality


  1. b. Applications are run with the interpreter tool, and web pages containing applets can be run with the appletviewer tool as well as Java-capable web browsers.

  2. a. The applet tag is used along with the param tag to send parameters to the applet.

  3. b. Applications receive information in the form of arguments. Can't we all just get along?

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