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Thread: no image is being displayed.. please help..

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    Default no image is being displayed.. please help..

    import javax.swing.*;
    import javax.imageio.ImageIO;
    import java.awt.Graphics;
    import java.io.*;
    import java.awt.Image;
    import java.awt.*;


    public class MyClass {

    public static void main(String[] args)throws Exception {
    new Extra();

    }

    }
    class Extra extends JFrame
    {
    JMenuBar mb;
    JMenu File,View,Settings,Audio,Video,Help;
    JMenuItem OpenFile,OpenDirectory,OpenDisc,Exit,PlayList, Messages,SwitchInterface,AddInterface,Bookmarks,Pr eferences,About;
    MyPanel mp;
    Extra()
    {

    super("JKS Player");
    setLayout(null);
    setDefaultCloseOperation(JFrame.EXIT_ON_CLOSE);
    mb=new JMenuBar();
    File=new JMenu("File");
    View=new JMenu("View");
    Settings=new JMenu("Settings");
    Audio=new JMenu("Audio");
    Video=new JMenu("Video");
    Help=new JMenu("Help");
    OpenFile=new JMenuItem("Open File");
    OpenDirectory=new JMenuItem("Open Directory");
    OpenDisc=new JMenuItem("Open Disc");
    Exit=new JMenuItem("Exit");
    PlayList=new JMenuItem("PlayList");
    Messages=new JMenuItem("Messages");
    SwitchInterface=new JMenuItem("Switch Interface");
    AddInterface=new JMenuItem("Add Interface");
    Bookmarks=new JMenuItem("Bookmarks");
    Preferences=new JMenuItem("Preferences");
    About=new JMenuItem("About");
    mb.add(File);
    mb.add(View);
    mb.add(Settings);
    mb.add(Help);
    File.setBounds(0, 0, 5,2 );
    View.setBounds(5, 0, 5,2);
    Settings.setBounds(10,0,5,2);
    Help.setBounds(15, 0, 5, 2);
    File.add(OpenFile);
    File.add(OpenDirectory);
    File.add(OpenDisc);
    File.add(Exit);
    View.add(PlayList);
    View.add(Messages);
    Settings.add(SwitchInterface);
    Settings.add(AddInterface);
    Settings.add(Bookmarks);
    Settings.add(Preferences);
    Help.add(About);
    mp=new MyPanel();
    add(mp);
    pack();
    setVisible(true);
    mb.setVisible(true);
    mp.setVisible(true);
    setSize(600,600);
    setJMenuBar(mb);

    }
    class MyPanel extends JPanel
    {


    public void Paint(Graphics g)
    {
    try{
    Image img=ImageIO.read(new File("C:\\Users\\Mehta\\Desktop\\images\\Capture a.jpg"));
    g.drawImage(img,5,2,this);
    }catch(Exception e){ };
    }
    }

    }


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    Default Re: no image is being displayed.. please help..

    a) Java is case sensitive - paint != Paint. b) You should not read an image for every call to paint. Read it once, keep a references, and use the reference to paint c) Please wrap your code in the code tags. The forum rules describe how to do this d) Suggested reading: Code Conventions for the Java Programming Language

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    Default Re: no image is being displayed.. please help..

    thank you. But I still cannot find the solution.

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