Paul Clapham wrote:I would start out with a horizontal BoxLayout containing three panels. You can see the three panels there; the first contains the two check boxes, the second contains the X and Y entries, and the third contains the three buttons. The three buttons look like a vertical FlowLayout, and the other two... I don't know, I haven't done this for a while but you could try several options and see what works best for them.
Campbell Ritchie wrote:I thought the javap tool displayed the bytecode, not the source code.
Ulf Dittmer wrote:I would also note that in a moment of truly bad API design the Cloneable interface does not contain the clone() method.
Ulf Dittmer wrote:
Also, in my experience, the use of clone() in application code is exceedingly rare. It's much more common that a class has a constructor that takes an instance of the class as parameter, and then proceeds to create a clone of that instance.