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how to increase font of JLabel

 
sagar khana
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hey i know how to create JLabel but i dont know how to increase font in JLabel please help me by providing a method thank you very much
 
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1) get the current Font using getFont.
2) get a copy with an increased size using Font.deriveFont.
3) set the Font using setFont.
 
sagar khana
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Rob Spoor wrote:1) get the current Font using getFont.
2) get a copy with an increased size using Font.deriveFont.
3) set the Font using setFont.


replied you sir and i post request too

n i didnt get these points can you provide some short code thanks for helping me out
 
Darryl Burke
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sagar khana wrote:n i didnt get these points

Did you read the API for the methods Rob mentioned? namely Component#getFont(), Font#deriveFont(...) and Component#setFont(...)

sagar khana wrote:can you provide some short code thanks for helping me out

Please read this section of How To Ask Questions On Java Ranch. Then try it yourself and ask a specific question if you don't get the desired result.
 
sagar khana
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Darryl Burke wrote:
sagar khana wrote:n i didnt get these points

Did you read the API for the methods Rob mentioned? namely Component#getFont(), Font#deriveFont(...) and Component#setFont(...)

sagar khana wrote:can you provide some short code thanks for helping me out

Please read this section of How To Ask Questions On Java Ranch. Then try it yourself and ask a specific question if you don't get the desired result.


ok
 
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