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Finally, the end result of having classes defining the linear codes,
the field elements used in those codes, and the data storage
elements, is that we can have an applet that encodes webpages. As in
the ShowCodesApplet, the code selections are on the left-top and the
code options are on the right-top. The text field below the code
check boxes is where the url for the to-be-encoded-webpage can be
entered. Make sure to include "http://" before the web address. When
the "go" button is pushed, the encoded form of the webpage will
appear on the left-bottom and the unencoded form on the
right-bottom. The encoded bytes from the webpage are displayed as
"plain text bits: code bits".