Applet ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Applet ( noun )

  1. A small application program that runs within another application program, such as a Web browser, and is often used to provide interactive features to Web pages.
  2. A small, usually self-contained computer program, often written in Java, that is designed to be embedded in a Web page and run by a browser's Java interpreter.

Origin:

From french applet, diminutive of old french aplet, from old provençal aple, from latin pomum "fruit", from proto-indo-european *h1réǵs "ruler".

Examples:

  1. The applet allows users to interact with the website's content in a more dynamic way.
  2. The game on the website is actually an applet that runs in the browser.
  3. The applet is designed to be embedded in a web page and run by a browser's Java interpreter.
  4. The applet is a small program that runs within a larger program, such as a web browser.
  5. The applet is a small application program that provides interactive features to web pages.

(As a verb)

Applet ( verb )

  1. A small application program that runs within another application program, such as a Web browser, and is often used to provide interactive features to Web pages.
  2. A small, usually self-contained computer program, often written in Java, that is designed to be embedded in a Web page and run by a browser's Java interpreter.

Origin:

From french applet, diminutive of old french aplet, from old provençal aple, from latin pomum "fruit", from proto-indo-european *h1réǵs "ruler".

Examples:

  1. The applet allows users to interact with the website's content in a more dynamic way.
  2. The game on the website is actually an applet that runs in the browser.
  3. The applet is designed to be embedded in a web page and run by a browser's Java interpreter.
  4. The applet is a small program that runs within a larger program, such as a web browser.
  5. The applet is a small application program that provides interactive features to web pages.
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