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APPLETS ARE A FINE IDEA. It's nice to be able to put a complete program in a rectangle on a Web page. But more serious, large-scale programs have to run in their own windows, independently of a Web browser. In Java, a program can open an independent window by creating an object of type Frame. A Frame has a title, displayed in the title bar at the top of the window. It can have a menu bar containing one or more pull-down menus. A Frame is a Container, which means that it can hold other GUI components. The default layout manager for a Frame is a BorderLayout. A common way to design a frame is to add a single GUI component, such as a Panel or Canvas, in the layout's Center position so that it will fill the entire frame.

It is possible for an applet to create a frame. The frame will be a separate window from the Web browser window in which the applet is running. Any frame created by an applet includes a warning message such as "Warning: Insecure Applet Window." The warning is there so that you can always recognize windows created by applets. This is just one of the security restrictions on applets, which, after all, are programs that can be downloaded automatically from Web sites that you happen to stumble across without knowing anything about them.

Here is an applet that displays just one small button on the page. When you click the "Launch ShapeDraw" button, a window will be opened. This is another version of the ShapeDraw program that you've seen several times already. This version has a pull-down menu named "Add Shape", which contains commands that you can use to add shapes to the window. (Note for Macintosh users: The menus for the frame might just be added to the list of menus at the top of the screen. Look there for the "Add Shape" menu if you don't see it at the top of the window.) Once a shape is in the window, you can drag it around. The color that will be used for newly created shapes is controlled by another pull-down menu named "Color". There is also a pop-up menu that appears when you click on a shape in the appropriate, platform-dependent way.

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Apache Solr is an enterprise-capable, open source search platform based on the Apache Lucene search library. Solr enables you to easily create search engines which searches websites, databases and files. Its major features include advanced full-text searching, hit highlighting, faceted search, indexing in near real time, dynamic clustering, database integration, NoSQL features, rich document (e.g., Word, PDF) handling and Geospatial searching. In September 2017, Solr 7.0 was released.This release among other things, added support multiple replica types, auto-scaling, and a Math engine.

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What is Apache Solr?

Apache Solr is an enterprise-capable, open source search platform based on the Apache Lucene search library. Solr enables you to easily create search engines which searches websites, databases and files. Its major features include advanced full-text searching, hit highlighting, faceted search, indexing in near real time, dynamic clustering, database integration, NoSQL features, rich document (e.g., Word, PDF) handling and Geospatial searching.

In September 2017, Solr 7.0 was released.This release among other things, added support multiple replica types, auto-scaling, and a Math engine.

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What is the strength of magnetic field known as ________

A

Flux

B

Density

C

Magnetic strength

D

Magnetic flux density

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जीवाणुओं को नष्ट करने के लिए निम्नलिखित में से किस गैस का प्रयोग किया जाता है?

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क्लोरीन

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With a uniform speed, a car covers a distance in 8hours. Had the speed been increased by 4km/hr, the same distance can be covered in 7hr30min. What is the distance covered?

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420km

B

480km

C

520km

D

640km

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Dance Form of All-State There are 29 States in India and each has its own Classical dance forms and Folk dances. The given below list contains the state-wise dance forms in India. Bharatnatyam, Tamil Nadu/South India. Credit: iStock. … Kathak, Uttar Pradesh/North India. … Kathakali, Kerala/South India. … Kuchipudi, Andhra Pradesh/South India. … Manipuri, Manipur/Northeast India. … Odissi, Odisha/East India. India has many dances, coming from every state in the country. Although, there are only six forms of classical dances recognized by the country on a national level. They are Bharatnatyam, Kathak, Kathakali, Manipuri, Kuchipudi, and Odissi. The folk dances of India are much more than mere body movements, from the very ancient times the classical dance forms of India is considered as a discipline and a way to devote yourself to God through art. Let us tell you the traditional tale of one of the wealthiest traditions through the dance culture of India. Bharatnatyam, Tamil Nadu Kathak, Uttar Pradesh, North India Kathakali, Kerala, South India Manipuri, Manipur, North East India Kuchipudi, Andhra Pradesh Odissi, Odisha, East India Bhangra/ Gidda, Punjab, North India Garba, Gujarat, West India Rouf, Kashmir, North India Ghoomar, Rajasthan Chhau, Mayurbhanj, Odisha Bihu, Assam, North-east India Lavani, Maharashtra, West India Mohiniyattam, Kerala, South India Sattriya Dance, Assam, North East India Performed on the celestial tunes of Carnatic music, Bharatnatyam comes from the state of Tamil Nadu in the South. The origins of Bharatnatyam can be traced back to 1000 BC, and it originates from the ancient temples of Tamil Nadu performed by the women of the classical period. The dance form is known for its beautiful body movements and gestures which are called Mudras in the traditional language. It focuses on the hand gestures, leg movements, and facial expressions of the dancer. This dance form was very prevalent before the British era but was profoundly depressed during the colonial period. However, India kept the dance form alive in the houses, and today it is recognized as one of the most respectable art forms in India especially in the Southern region of the country where it is a moment of pride for the women of the house to learn the classical dance form of Bharatnatyam.

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