Most people will be reading these HTML pages in a PC-based web browser, most of which support Java applications. We've tested this code on Microsoft Internet Explorer v3 and Netscape Navigator v4, with no problems. Other browsers should be OK as long as they support a Java Virtual Machine (JVM).
The only possible complication is that the search engine needs to have your CD-ROM drive letter (e.g. D:, E: etc) 'hard-coded' within itself, so we've made things as easy as possible for you. Simply click on the search link that corresponds to the correct CD-ROM drive letter for your system:
Library search on CD-ROM on drive D:
Library search on CD-ROM on drive E:
Library search on CD-ROM on drive F:
Library search on CD-ROM on drive G:
Library search on CD-ROM on drive H:
Note that Macintoshes and other non-PC systems may have trouble with these drive assignations. Sorry, you'll have to scan the library indexes by hand!
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Library search on CD-ROM on drive C: [Palmtop editorial staff - CD-ROM test]