5 years ago in JSP And Servlet

What's the difference between servlets and applets?




1.Servlets executes on Servers, where as Applets executes on Browser


2.Servlets have no GUI, where as an Applet has GUI


3.Servlets creates static web pages, where as Applets creates dynamic web pages


4.Servlets can handle only a single request, where as Applet can handle multiple requests

[A] 1,2,3 are correct
[B] 1,2 are correct
[C] 1,3 are correct
[D] 1,2,3,4 are correct
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Shamsa hafeez
Shamsa hafeez - 4 days ago

Shamsa hafeez from Lahore, Pakistan is saying 1,2,3 are correct is correct answer

Mamhoud kadi
Mamhoud kadi - 1 month ago

Mamhoud kadi is saying 1,3 are correct is correct answer

Priyanshi Pandya
Priyanshi Pandya - 2 months ago

Priyanshi Pandya from Ahmedabad, India is saying 1,2 are correct is correct answer

Ravi Gupta
Ravi Gupta - 6 months ago

Ravi Gupta from Bengaluru, India is saying 1,2 are correct is correct answer

Ajay Singh Thakur
Ajay Singh Thakur - 7 months ago

Ajay Singh Thakur from Indore, India is saying 1,2,3 are correct is correct answer

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