Applet and the JavaScript

bH <>
Thu, 17 Jan 2008 09:40:28 -0800 (PST)
Hi All,

I am confused. Given the two codings below:
the Applet and the JavaScript, is it correct to say that
the Applet is calling the Javascript or the Javascript is
calling the Applet?

Your help is appreciated.


import java.applet.*;

public class inJava extends Applet{
  public void init(){
    String msg1 = "We will jump to an HTML tag";
    String msg2 =
    try {
        (new URL("javascript:doAlert(\"" + msg1 +"\")"));
        (new URL("javascript:jumpTo(\"" + msg2 +"\")"));
    catch (MalformedURLException me) { }

function doAlert(s) {
function jumpTo(tag) {
<APPLET CODE="inJava.class"
        NAME="myApplet" MAYSCRIPT
        HEIGHT=400 WIDTH=100>
<A NAME="JUMP">jump here from JAVA via JAVASCRIPT</A>

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