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Now i found a problem at changing the icon image of frame from the default java symbol.I found a method defined in the class of java.awt.frame -
setIconImage(Image image) , but i don't konw how to use the image argument to specify the image i want use in the frame.Thanks.
 
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Perhaps java.awt.Toolkit.getDefaultToolkit().getImage( String ) is what you are after.
 
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Hi,Dirk, you know, the class you offered is a abstract class ,but I don't know how to get a instance of that class , if I don't want to create a subclass of it,can I use java.awt.toolkit class?
 
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Toolkit.getDefaultToolkit() gets the real Toolkit on your system... the implementing class is package private because it changes based on system and you shouldn't access it directly.
 
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