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JMathLib
A Java Clone of Octave, SciLab, Freemat and Matlab.

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Chapter 17. Embedding JMathLib in a java applet

The following is an example on how to use JMathLib as a java applet. The basic java applet is called using the class jmathlib.ui.applet.JMathLibGUI.class.

The following code is an example for usage in mozilla.

<applet               CODE     = "jmathlib.ui.applet.JMathLibGUI.class"
 CODEBASE = "bin"        ARCHIVE  = "JMathLibSmallApplet.jar"
 WIDTH    = "700"        HEIGHT   = "400"
 ALIGN    = "middle"
 VSPACE   = "0"            HSPACE = "0"     >
<PARAM NAME="startup"   VALUE  = "plot(rand(2,30))">
<PARAM NAME="fgcolor"   VALUE  = "ff00ff">
<PARAM NAME="bgcolor"   VALUE  = "f64033">
</applet>

There are some parameters in order to configure the applet.

Use the parameter startup to specify the first command which should be executed after the JMathLib applet has been started. (e.g. <PARAM NAME="startup" VALUE="plot(rand(2,30))"> will plot a figure with two rows of random numbers.)

Use the parameter fgcolor to specify the forground color (basically the color of the letters) in JMathLib's workspace. The color is coded as rgb-values, please use hex-notation (e.g. 2200ff).

Use the parameter bgcolor to specify the background color in JMathLib's workspace. The color is coded as rgb-values, please use hex-notation (e.g. 2200ff).

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