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The yield from every associated customer will show up on the server's screen. Step 4: A server as some time recently, however this time it sends all content got from any of the associated customers to all customers. This implies the server needs to get and send, and the customer needs to send and also get Step 5: Wrapping the customer from step 4 into an exceptionally basic GUI interface yet not changing the usefulness of either server or customer. The customer is executed as an Applet, however a Frame would have worked pretty much too (for a stand-alone program). Step 1: Simple, one-time Server import java.println("Server began: " + server); System.out.println("Waiting for a customer .println(ioe); } } open void open() tosses IOException { streamIn = new DataInputStream(new BufferedInputStream(socket.getInputStream())); } open void close() tosses IOException { if (attachment != invalid) socket.close(); in the event that (streamIn != invalid) streamIn.close(); } open st...

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