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00036 
00037 /*
00038        JSApplet.java
00039        
00040        Tests JSObject.eval.
00041        
00042        by Patrick C. Beard.
00043  */
00044 
00045 import java.io.*;
00046 import java.awt.*;
00047 import java.applet.*;
00048 import java.awt.event.*;
00049 
00050 import netscape.javascript.JSObject;
00051 
00052 public class JSApplet extends Applet {
00053        TextField text;
00054 
00055        public void init() {
00056               setLayout(new BorderLayout());     
00057               add(text = new TextField(), BorderLayout.CENTER);
00058 
00059               Panel panel = new Panel();
00060               add(panel, BorderLayout.SOUTH);
00061 
00062               // eval button.
00063               ActionListener evalListener = new ActionListener() {
00064                      JSObject window;
00065               
00066                      public void actionPerformed(ActionEvent e) {
00067                             if (window == null)
00068                                    window = JSObject.getWindow(JSApplet.this);
00069                             Object result = window.eval(text.getText());
00070                             if (result != null)
00071                                    System.out.println(result);
00072                             text.selectAll();
00073                      }
00074               };
00075 
00076               Button evalButton = new Button("eval");
00077               evalButton.addActionListener(evalListener);
00078               text.addActionListener(evalListener);
00079               panel.add(evalButton);
00080 
00081               // clear button.
00082               ActionListener clearConsoleListener = new ActionListener() {
00083                      public void actionPerformed(ActionEvent e) {
00084                             text.setText("");
00085                      }
00086               };
00087 
00088               Button clearConsole = new Button("clear");
00089               clearConsole.addActionListener(clearConsoleListener);
00090               panel.add(clearConsole);
00091        }
00092 
00093        public void destroy() {
00094        }
00095 }