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 Applet in Java
Applet is a Java program designed for execution within the web browser. They are embedded into HTML pages and run on Java enabled web browsers like Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer. An applet is a Java subclass that extends the java.applet.Applet class. Applets are also useful for a small Internet and intranet applications. They run remotely on the client browser and cannot access system resources on the local computer. They make a website more dynamic.

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