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Thread: AWT

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    Default AWT

    i am making app using image....
    bt i don't knw where to store the image?
    in which directory shall i save the image?


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    Default Re: AWT

    If its your computer, you should be able to store the images where ever you want them.
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    Default Re: AWT

    see i m makin applets....nd i need 2 use that image in my applet...
    whenvr i write the code the image nevr got displayed...
    i use to store the image where my all applets get stored...
    then i open that project than src folder nd save the image ..
    still its nt workin...

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    Default Re: AWT

    can u plz gimme a code for that??

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    Default Re: AWT

    Applets need permission to be able to write files.
    See the tutorial for how to write an applet:
    Lesson: Java Applets (The Java Tutorials > Deployment)
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    Default Re: AWT

    i want to make some good project usin AWT...
    can u gimme some gud idea??

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    Default Re: AWT

    Why AWT? That is the old technology. Most GUI code is now written using Swing.

    I have no ideas for projects for you.
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    Default Re: AWT

    ok from where can i learn more about swing?

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    Default Re: AWT

    This is the index to most of the java tutorials. You can find many things here:
    The Really Big Index
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