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Are there any more ALibrary graphic classes?

 
Rob Michaelson
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Are there any more ALibrary graphic classes than the boring oval, rectangle, up and down triangle,and round rectangle?
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Hi Rob,
You've posted a bunch of questions about these "ALibrary" classes. Maybe I'm just showing my ignorance here, but I know they're not part of the standard Java APIs, and I don't know where they're from. Can you clue us in? If they're part of some specific product, perhaps that product has its own forum where you could get more help?
 
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Oh - well, I've been osting a lot of questions because I have a lot of questions. The ALibrary class thing is importing AOvals , and ARectangles to display in AWIndow etc. I am not a Java guru so I don't know how to explain it very well - there are it seems a limited amount of shapes to use though - I thought there may be more
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Well, what I'm asking is, where did you get this "ALibrary" library from? The answers to some of your questions depend on knowledge of its particulars, and it's not a standard Java library, so most people here won't be able to answer your questions about it. "ALibrary" is some kind of third-party product.
 
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Oh, I see what you're asking maybe this will help?
http://www.jinguji.net/course/csc142/aLibrary/index.html
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This is "aLibrary" from "The Object of Java" by David Riley, which evidently several colleges are using as a textbook for teaching OO concepts.
And to answer the originl question, no, there are no other classes. What you see is what you get.
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