J++ at Smith
For CS112 students:
- McConnell 104 (Windows-NT computers); 112 students may use these machines,
but they do not have priority over other students, and might be
asked to move to a different lab.
For TA's (who have priority over the 112 students, but not over other students working on projects which may require the use of these machines):
- McConnell 104 (Windows-NT machines)
- McConnell 209 (Window-95 machine)
- Go to Start/Microsoft Visual J++/Microsoft Developer's Studio
- To write your code, open a new file by clicking on the text file button.
- Save the file with the java extension.
- Go to Build/Compile filename. J++ should build a class file.
- A window will appear giving you the option to create a new workspace, click yes.
- Open another text file and wright the html file corresponding to your class file.
- Save it with the html extension.
- Go to Build/Execute filename. A window should appear displaying your applet.