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Java: Buttons

There are many kinds of buttons, all derived from the AbstractButton class.

JButton This is a standard button which can have text, icon, or both.
Listener: addActionListener(...)
JCheckBox The box next to the text can be toggled on or off.
JRadioButton, ButtonGroup Radio buttons are a group of buttons that can have at most one button toggled on. When you click one button, that button is toggled on, and all others are set to off.
JMenuItem Menu items are a kind of button.
JToggleButton Changes between two states: on and off. Stays on/off until the next click.
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thank you

Posted by nani on Tuesday, 09.8.09 @ 23:23pm | #90707

It is very very good .

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