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hi frnds ...
i m going 2 give my exam on 31 of this month ...
pls pray for me ..
CAN ANY1 PLS TELLL ME WHERE I CAN FIND SOME GOOOD AND VERY CONSICE NOTES(2-3 PAGES) ON I/O AND GridBag LAYOUT .....
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manal ...
 
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Manal,
I found this thread about I/O that might be useful
http://www.javaranch.com/ubb/Forum24/HTML/000759.html
Try searching the forum for any specific keywords like Gridbag, InputStream etc
rgds
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The best notes on gridbag layout I have seen so far are from the API documentation itself. Look at that and it has almost everything you need to know.
 
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thanks sandeeeep ...
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Hi Manal,
Best of Luck and may GOD give you the percentage you have been aspiring for. Anyhow mail to me abt the result
Bye
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