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Thursday, 19 January 2012

JAVA: What is a Container?

  • Container is a component which can contain other components inside itself. It is also an instance of a subclass of  java.awt.Container, which extends java.awt.Component
  • An applet is a container. 
  • Containers include windows, frames, dialogs, and panels
  • As a Container itself  is a component, it can contain other containers.
  • Every container has a LayoutManager which helps to determines how different components are placed within the container.


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