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JWSFileChooserDemo
JWSFileChooserDemo
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File choosers provide a GUI for navigating the file system, and then either choosing a file or directory from a list, or entering the name of a file or directory. To display a file chooser, you usually use the JFileChooser API to show a modal dialog containing the file chooser. Another way to present a file chooser is to add an instance of JFileChooser to a container.

TextSamplerDemo
TextSamplerDemo
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The following example displays a basic text field and a text area. The text field is editable. The text area is not editable. When the user presses Enter in the text field, the program copies the text field's contents to the text area, and then selects all the text in the text field.

Beeper
Beeper
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Sound effects package for the stage or home. Use it to fool your friends, annoy your neighbors, or stage your own monologue.

PasswordDemo
PasswordDemo
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The JPasswordField class, a subclass of JTextField, provides specialized text fields for password entry. For security reasons, a password field does not show the characters that the user types. Instead, the field displays a character different from the one typed, such as an asterisk '*'.

SpinnerDemo
SpinnerDemo
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Spinners are similar to combo boxes and lists in that they let the user choose from a range of values. Like editable combo boxes, spinners allow the user to type in a value. Unlike combo boxes, spinners do not have a drop-down list that can cover up other components.

SplitPaneDemo
SplitPaneDemo
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A JSplitPane displays two components, either side by side or one on top of the other. By dragging the divider that appears between the components, the user can specify how much of the split pane's total area goes to each component. You can divide screen space among three or more components by putting split panes inside of split panes, as described in Nesting Split Panes.

LayeredPaneDemo
LayeredPaneDemo
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A layered pane is a Swing container that provides a third dimension for positioning components: depth, also known as Z order. When adding a component to a layered pane, you specify its depth as an integer. The higher the number, closer the component is to the "top" position within the container.

BorderLayoutDemo
BorderLayoutDemo
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This lesson covers writing layout code by hand, which can be challenging. If you are not interested in learning all the details of layout management, you might prefer to use the GroupLayout layout manager combined with a builder tool to lay out your GUI.

RootLayeredPaneDemo
RootLayeredPaneDemo
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RootLayeredPaneDemo is a free software application developed in Java.This application allows you to to put components in the root pane's layered pane as you would like.A layered pane is a container with depth such that overlapping components can appear one on top of the other.

FlowLayoutDemo
FlowLayoutDemo
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The FlowLayout class provides a very simple layout manager that is used, by default, by the JPanel objects. The following figure represents a snapshot of an application that uses the flow layout. The FlowLayout class puts components in a row, sized at their preferred size. If the horizontal space in the container is too small to put all the components in one row.

Simple Table Selection Demo Application

They treat all data types the same (as strings). For example, if a table column has Boolean data, the table can display the data in a check box. However, if you use either of the two JTable constructors listed previously, your Boolean data is displayed as a string. You can see this difference in the Vegetarian column of the previous fig

Table Sort Demo Application
Table Sort Demo Application
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With the JTable class you can display tables of data, optionally allowing the user to edit the data. JTable does not contain or cache data; it is simply a view of your data. Here is a picture of a typical table displayed within a scroll pane. The rest of this section shows you how to accomplish some common table-related tasks.

FocusConceptsDemo
FocusConceptsDemo
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Many components — even those primarily operated with the mouse, such as buttons — can be operated with the keyboard. For a key press to affect a component, the component must have the keyboard focus. FocusConceptsDemo demonstrates basic default focus behavior.

DropDemo
DropDemo
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Now we will look at a demo that uses a custom transfer handler to implement drop for a list component. Although the default transfer handler for list implements export, because we are creating a custom transfer handler to implement import, we have to re-implement export as well.

TextCutPaste
TextCutPaste
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If you are implementing cut, copy and paste using one of the Swing text components (text field, password field, formatted text field, or text area) your work is very straightforward. These text components utilize the DefaultEditorKit which provides built-in actions for cut, copy and paste. The default editor kit also handles the work of remembering which component last had the focus.

MouseMotionEvent
MouseMotionEvent
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Mouse-motion events notify when the user uses the mouse (or a similar input device) to move the onscreen cursor. For information on listening for other kinds of mouse events, such as clicks, see How to Write a Mouse Listener. If an application requires the detection of both mouse events and mouse-motion events, use the MouseInputAdapter class.

TextInput
TextInput
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TextInputDemo shows how to use text fields, spinners, and formatted text fields together, and demonstrates how to use MaskFormatter. Includes code for selecting the text of the field that has just received the focus. Provide a way for developers to specify the valid set of characters

ModalityDemo
ModalityDemo
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Java™ SE 6 has resolved modality issues that arose in earlier versions of the platform. The new modality model enables the developer to scope, or limit, a dialog box's modality blocking. In Java SE 6 the behavior of both modal and modeless dialog boxes has been changed so that they always appear on top of both not only of their parent windows and of all blocked windows as well.

SharedModelDemo
SharedModelDemo
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Most Swing components have models. A button (JButton), for example, has a model (a ButtonModel object) that stores the button's state — what its keyboard mnemonic is, whether it's enabled, selected, or pressed, and so on. Some components have multiple models. A list (JList), for example, uses a ListModel to hold the list's contents, and a ListSelectionModel to track the list's current selection.

FocusTraversalDemo
FocusTraversalDemo
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The focus subsystem determines a default order that is applied when using the focus traversal keys (such as Tab) to navigate. The policy of a Swing application is determined by LayoutFocusTraversalPo licy . You can set a focus traversal policy on any Container by using the setFocusCycleRoot method. However, if the container is not a focus cycle root, it may have no apparent effect.

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