The MorsePractice Applet is displayed here.

Running MorsePractice as an Applet on Your Local System

If you prefer using MorsePractice as an applet, with files stored on your local system, download the MorsePractice.jar file and create a web page that contains the following HTML text:

  width="548" height="460"
 The MorsePractice Applet is displayed here.


Note that the Applet version will not load if the classes are not supported on your system.

Permission to use, copy, modify, and redistribute this software and its documentation for personal, non-commercial use is hereby granted provided that this copyright notice and appropriate documentation appears in all copies. This software may not be distributed for fee or as part of commercial, "shareware," and/or not-for-profit endeavors including, but not limited to, CD-ROM collections, online databases, and subscription services without specific license. The author makes no expressed or implied warranty of any kind and assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions. No liability is assumed for any incidental or consequental damages in connection with or arising out of the use of the information or program.

This program was written by Martin Minow, then K6MAM, and published in QST in May 2000. Mr. Minow had this program on his web site for a while, and then it disappeared. After a quick Google search, I discovered that Mr. Minow had become a silent key only about six months after the article appeared. (See the tribute to him published here.) Consistent with Mr. Minow's permission statement above, I am posting his code on my web site in his memory. I hope it is of benefit. 73 de Steve W3HF