On Win32, How do i ensure that my Frame/JFrame is "Always on Top"?

Davanum Srinivas

The following article in Java Developers Journal has sample code on this and many other interesting Win32 utility functions:
A Windows-Specific Java Utility Class

The following article in Borland Community has sample code on how to achieve this effect:
Making Native Windows API calls from within a Java Application

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