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Mikhilesh sekhar
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How to implement thread in java.
Soumyajit Hazra
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Read Head First Java. Come back with more specific question.


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Campbell Ritchie
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Welcome to JavaRanch Mikhilesh sekhar.

Also have a look at the Java™ Tutorials.
subhash kumar
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What exactly your requirement is ?
come up with some starting tell specific what is the need.


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Mikhilesh sekhar
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HI...
Can anybody help me.. i am a java beginner... i studied complete reference book and headfirst java books....and some parts of other books of java too.. but still iam facing difficulty to develop a simple calculator using swings...i want to add adapater class..i added in lots of way al wat i hjave done is showing me errors... i am fully ****** off... dont know what to do... please atleast to give exit function to the exit key... i just want to know how to give make an action handling adapter ii the below given program...

thanks......


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Wouter Oet
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Please post only relevant code. How you create your interface isn't relevant. And when posting code please UseCodeTags.


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Please correct my English.
Campbell Ritchie
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You appear to be asking two different questions. One about threads, the other about a calculator. You would not usually use threads with a calculator.
For a Swing (not swings) application, you need to start small. Start with a simple frame, then add buttons, etc.
 
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