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where is the frame and its components

bharani rao
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Joined: Apr 06, 2009
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hi,

i have the following code which has 3 Jlabels, 3 jtextfield and one jbutton.
but when i run thre are no components present.






when i click and drag it ( resizing manually,) all the componets are there.

what should i do to solve this problem


thanks in advance

when i run it is showing some minute thing on the left top corner.
Swastik Dey
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JDialogTest frame = new JDialogTest();

The above line will invoke the default constructor of the class. But your entire initialization code is inside the method named init(). So either you need to define the constructor and put the initialization code there or you need to call the init method.

frame.init();


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bharani rao
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hi swastik,

i tried but it did not work... same problem.



thank you in advance
Swastik Dey
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Ulf Dittmer
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There seems to be nothing applet-specific about the question; moving to the Swing forum.


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bharani rao
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thank you swastik,,

it is working..


thank you
 
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