Applet vs. Servlet

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Q: What is an applet as compared to a servlet?


a. An applet is a mobile program running on the workstation, and a servlet runs on the server.

b. There is no difference, because both can run on the same computer.

c. An applet is safer than a servlet.

d. A servlet uses a Java Virtual Machine or ActiveX control to prevent crashing.

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