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Layout problem using AWT

 
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Hi All

I have small problem with AWT while arranging buttons.
I want to arrange one text field in one line , and next all lines will be followed by buttons like calculator.
I can able to show buttons as i like but text field is not showing appropriately.

here is my code :



Here is the whole class, if you want you can execute directly, and am attaching output of the program as well.
could you please let me know how can i achieve,
I really appriciate if anyone have any solutions.


output.jpg
[Thumbnail for output.jpg]
 
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Can anyone please let me know any solutions..
 
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PatienceIsAVirtue.

On line 28 you add textpanel. A Frame uses a BorderLayout by default. You omit the constraints so that means you add textpanel to the center. On line 29 you then add panel - again to the center. This overwrites textpanel, effectively removing it from the frame.

Specify the constraints when adding textpanel (and preferably, panel as well):
 
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