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1  Game Development / Newbie & Debugging Questions / Servlet to Applet Communication on: 2004-07-18 02:13:04
Hello,

I have figured out how to do Servlet to Applect and Applet to Servlet communication, but so far can only get it to read what is on the Servlet screen.  Is there any way to have the applet read variables or something other than the servlet browser window?   Huh The reason I am asking is because people will cheat if the information is posted on the screen.   Sad With the servlet to applet communication I will have to have a servlet open for every game, which I was planning to have several games going at the same time...is there a better way of doing this, since wouldn't this idea bog down the server.  Any suggestions or ideas are greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
2  Game Development / Newbie & Debugging Questions / Re: Socket and/or Multi-player Card Game Tutorials on: 2004-07-17 12:29:18
Update on my previous post.  

The reason I was asking for information on sockets or multiplayer card game is because I am having no luck finding information on how to get my card game applet to communicate with the server and upto 8 total users.  I would like to use an applet if possible, but don't know where to look to find my answers on how to get multiple connections within an applet.  I have several tutorials on applicaitons, but nothing on applet.  Any guidance would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
3  Game Development / Newbie & Debugging Questions / Socket and/or Multi-player Card Game Tutorials on: 2004-07-11 18:31:06
Hello All,

I am currently trying to write a multi-player card game, but havn't found any instructions on how to do this task.  I know I will need to use sockets, but not sure what else I would have to do.  I was wondering if anyone knew where I can find good tutorials on how to build multi-player card games and tutorials explaning sockets.  This project is due for class by mid August, but the Teacher mentioned Friday that he doesn't teach threads, application communication, multi-player functions, sockets, which I am stuck now with this project that I would really like to do, but with no guidance.  Any suggestions or ideas would be greatly appreciated.  Thanks in advance.
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