AWT

As part of the Java Foundation Classes (JFC), the Abstract Window Toolkit (AWT) is the foundation graphical user interface (GUI) for all Java-based programs.  

As part of the Java Foundation Classes (JFC), the Abstract Window Toolkit (AWT) is the foundation graphical user interface (GUI) for all Java-based programs.   <<Less

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Instead of a button, i need to use Images and want to load different images when different mouse eve...
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Hi! I have registered a MouseListener on a Canvas, and implemented both mousePressed, mouseReleas...
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I have use BufferedImage to produce a immediate image, and use Sun jpeg package class to output it ...
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I want to hide my dos prompt from my application. i got the solution , but i want jrew.exe/jre.exe ,...
Fri 03/29/02
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FlowLayout has one drawback. It returns preferred size with the assumption that it will layout co...
Sun 02/23/03
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getID() what it returns
Mon 06/02/03
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Sat 05/31/03
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hello sir, i want to know how to fit the window screenful when we run applet or frames i.e we spec...
Thu 06/19/03
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Mon 06/02/03
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how can save an image through java1.4
Wed 06/11/03
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I can draw a line on a canvas, and then run a for loop to make it move, but it draws every frame ...
Thu 09/18/03
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I want to call the paint method inside a Frame program, but the paint method doesn't seems to displa...
Thu 09/18/03
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