For all those who wanted, I found this on Sun's website:
It's got a great beginner tutorial for AWT and explains the basics of how AWT applications work.
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Json (August 4th, 2009)
Thanks for the link. That is indeed a good tutorial.
A question though, does anyone actually use AWT anymore? I thought everyones moved to Swing.
SWT, Swing or AWT: Which is right for you?
I use Swing on the odd occasion i have to, but you need to learn all about AWT events for Swing so. I recommend the Events section to that AWT tutorial xD
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