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netbeans gui Jframe, how to call it?

Jay Orsaw
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So I have a JFrame class setup in Netbeans and I want to know how do I call it? I technically could just throw a panel into it and put all my components in it, name it and do w.e, but I figured that might be avoidable? I've tried JFrame. I've tried the actual path since the class "extends javax.swing.JFrame." but no go...
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
 
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