Sorry for the confusion--I'll be more explicit on the versioning for
different browsers. To get Java 1.1, IE needs version 4.0 or later. Navigator
needs at least 4.05--plus 4.05 itself needs a patch that you can get from
their site (4.05 alone is running a beta of Java 1.1). Other browsers I don't
> A 10:49 98-08-04 -0700, Mark Davis a écrit :
> >For examples, I have been using a small applet for converting between
> >hex representations of Unicode and other codesets (UTF-8, JIS, 8859-x,
> >&c.). In case anyone else is interested, I just posted it up on the
> >web, on
> >If you try it out, please let me know if you have any feedback.
> [Alain] :
> On my machine, installed with Windows 95C (French version) with Netscape
> 4.05 French version, it does not work at all. I get a big gray box in the
> middle of the screen with title upward: "Java Unicode Converter" and 2
> hyperlinks: "Operation, Caveats".
> It says in English on the status bar :
> "Applet Unicode converter can't start: error:
> java.lang.class.ClassFormatError: Class already loaded".
> Btw I don't know what is a class in this context! I never knew when one
> talks about Java. Sorry for my ignorance of this programming language (I'd
> like to know, btw). A "class being loaded" seems odd to me.
> Alain LaBonté
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