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Que: Which of the following statements are true about setLayout() method in java.awt.ScrollPane
1. Does nothing.
2. Throws UnsupportedMethodException when called.
3. It is not overriden in java.awt.ScrollPane.
4. Sets the layout to the specified Layout Manager.
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Code will compile fine but when you run it , you will get an Error saying that ScrollPane controls the layout. If you look into the source of ScrollPane you will find that it trows an Exception internally AwtSome error.
 
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