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Applet

In computing, an application program that has one and only one function. Very often, an applet is a small part of a larger application.
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To implement our proposal we designed the three Java card applets described in Section 3 and a fourth one.
Las cuestiones 3 y 4 demandan que el estudiante este situado en niveles superiores, por ejemplo, para responder correctamente a la cuestion tercera, debido a las caracteristicas de los applets, el estudiante deberia estar situado en el nivel 2 de analisis.
A horizontal menu at the top of the applet provides links to Activities, Parent/ Teacher information, NCTM Standards, and Instructions (Figure 2).
Customised spreadsheets and Java applets that target particular aspects of trend and variability are also available for free downloading.
After loading an applet that matches the camera and frame grabber, the applet window shows the frame grabber with the loaded applet and its processes.
This study examined the impact of using web-based applets on students' knowledge of trigonometric functions.
We hope the College accomplishes a significant increase in user engagement ensuring higher learning and teaching benefits from the personalized applets exclusive to the institution.
(5) In addition, the clinical decision-making applets will be highlighted in a second table.
While browsing the Internet, many users encounter mobile codes (like applets, ActiveX controls, and plugins) that enhance the user experience, and at the same time pose a security risk.
Utilizing the built-in screen and keypad on the customers existing device, the uniFLOW Secure Print Applet can help provide access controls to the device, and to print jobs, by requiring users to authenticate at the device using their PIN code, username/password, or simply swiping their access card.
Three examples are drawn from the lesson using a web-based applet (Examples 1, 2 and 3).