20091028-GraphicsOverview

20091028-GraphicsOverview - Things to mention public static...

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Things to mention • public static void main(String [] args) • imports • comments – block comments /* … */ – single-line comments // – javadoc comments and tags (?) /** … */ CSE 115/503 Introduction to Computer Science for Majors I 1
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Using the Java graphics classes • In this slide set we will explain the basics of how to create graphical programs. • Some advanced issues will be glossed over (e.g. thread safety, graphics library design). • In CSE116 we will revisit these and other more advanced topics. CSE 115/503 Introduction to Computer Science for Majors I 2
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Graphical elements • There are two basic types of graphical elements: – Containers • able to hold graphical objects, such as containers and components – Components • must be put into containers • able to generate events when manipulated CSE 115/503 Introduction to Computer Science for Majors I 3
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Containers • Top-level containers – some containers are called “top-level” because they do not need to be place inside any other containers – javax.swing.JFrame is an example (JDialog and JApplet are others) • Other containers (not top-level) – most containers must be placed inside some other container – javax.swing.JPanel is an example CSE 115/503 Introduction to Computer Science for Majors I 4
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