Bouncing Ball, C/C++ Programming

Create an applet that bounces a blue ball inside an applet using Thread. The ball (diameter is 10) will start at position (0,0). When the ball hits the edge of the applet, the ball should bounce off the edge at a randomly selected angle between 20 and 60 degrees (Hint: increase/decrease the x or y value by a random number of 2 to 6). Again, you must use the exact values that I stated in the questions to get credits.
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