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Declaring the various graphical user interface elements Creating and displaying a CheckBox Creating and displaying a set of RadioButtons and RadioGroup Creating and displaying a ScrollTextBox Creating and displaying a TextField Creating and displaying a Slider Creating and displaying a ValueSelector Creating and displaying a Button Handling user interface events (covered later in this chapter) Notice that with most graphical user interface components, the component must be created and then painted to the display. A common error when creating a user interface in KJava is to create a user interface object, but then forget to have it displayed with a call to the paint() method. You may also notice that KJava does not provide any type of display or layout management. This is reflected in how a pixel coordinate location must be provided to each component, usually through its constructor, before it can be displayed. Most of the components also are equipped with a setLocation(int x, int y) method for relocating the items. Again, you the
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Figure 9.17 KJava offers a variety of user interface components/ widgets, many of which are shown in this display. More sophisticated user interface components can often be created out of combining these items into your own new component.
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Figure 9.18 A Dialog can be used to display informational text in a scrollable area. The dismissal button (the OK button) is automatically provided and is used to close the Dialog.
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