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An event can be defined as changing the state of an object or behavior by performing actions. Actions can be a button click, cursor movement,… Read More
Java is one of the most in-demand programming languages for developing a variety of applications. The popularity of Java can be attributed to its versatility… Read More
Swing is a part of the JFC (Java Foundation Classes). Building Graphical User Interface in Java requires the use of Swings. Swing Framework contains a… Read More
Swing is a part of the JFC (Java Foundation Classes). Building Graphical User Interface in Java requires the use of Swings. Swing Framework contains a… Read More
RescaleOp is a class in java.awt.image package which implements BufferedImageOp and RasterOp interface. This class performs a pixel-by-pixel rescaling of the data in the source… Read More
MenuShortcut class is a part of JavaAWT. MenuShortcut class implements menu shortcuts which are implemented using virtual keycodes. The MenuShortcut class represents a keyboard accelerator… Read More
The BoxLayout class is used to arrange the components either vertically (along Y-axis) or horizontally (along X-axis). In BoxLayout class, the components are put either… Read More
GridLayout class represents a layout manager with a specified number of rows and columns in a rectangular grid. The GridLayout container is divided into an… Read More
GridBagLayout class is a flexible layout manager. It is used to aligns the components horizontally, vertically, or along their baseline. It doesn’t require the components… Read More
A SpringLayout class in AWT(Abstract Window Toolkit) laid out of the children to its associated container, according to a set of Layout constraints. Each constraint… Read More
The CardLayout class manages the components in such a way that only one component is visible at a time. It treats each component as a… Read More
BorderLayout is the default layout for the window objects such as JFrame, JWindow, JDialog, JInternalFrame etc. BorderLayout arranges the components in the five regions. Four… Read More
Ellipse2D class is present in java.awt.geom package and it is used to define an ellipse by stating its framing rectangle. This class is only the… Read More
FlowLayout is used to arrange components in a sequence one after the other. The default layout of applet and panel is FlowLayout. Constructors :Attention reader!… Read More
WindowStateListener is a part of java.awt.event package. It is an interface to handle window state events. This interface returns an event when the frame or… Read More

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