I'm trying to get a java applet from a website. The HTML page code looks like this:
<APPLET CODEBASE='../applets' CODE='fourier.Interference' WIDTH='300' HEIGHT='350'>
<PARAM NAME='waves' VALUE='2'>
<PARAM NAME='handle' VALUE='fourier/greyball.gif'>
Where would the applet code be located so I can download it?
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You can't get the code, an applet is compiled. And from the names in the code there, I'm guessing it has something to do with fourier transforms?