Example Code Click Button For this you need to download DemoButton dot javapdf

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Example Code : Click Button For this you need to download DemoButton dot java.pdf from ulearn. >> Lesson 5 6 7 Java is fun and easy
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Handling Mouse Interaction Two Interfaces MouseListener : Control mouse events including clicking mousePressed(MouseEvent) mouseReleased(MouseEvent) mouseEntered(MouseEvent) mouseExited(MouseEvent) mouseClicked(MouseEvent) MouseMotionListener : Control mouse movement mouseDragged(MouseEvent) mouseMoved(MouseEvent) >> Lesson 5 6 9
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TWO LISTENERS Lesson 6 >> Lesson 6 7 0
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Mouse Listeners For this you need to download MouseApp dot java.pdf from ulearn . >> Lesson 6 7 1
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Example Code : Mouse Handling >> Lesson 6 7 2
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Multiple Listeners The previous example implementing multiple interfaces implements MouseMotionListener, MouseMotion The frame is registered to listen to two listeners frame.addMouseMotionListener(this); frame.addMouseListener(this); The program has to provide empty implementation for the unrequired methods. >> Lesson 6 7 3
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LET’S WRAP IT! Conclusion >> Lecture 8 & 9 7 4
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What Have You Learn Today? Learning Outcomes Check Yourself Checked i. Identify the suitable layout for a screen design i. Can you identify the layout for the frame in slide no 9? ii. Identify the correct class to develop some GUIs i. Can you identify the correct component to use in slide no 9? iii. Understand event delegation model i. Describe the mechanism of event delegation model using DemoButton dot java.pdf . iv. Apply event delegation model i. This will be implemented in the lab >> Lecture 8 & 9 7 5
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THAT’S WRAP FOR TODAY See You in the Next Class >> Lecture 8 & 9 7 6
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