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Thread: Mapping real coordinates into GUI

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    Default Mapping real coordinates into GUI

    Hi every body,


    I am new to java but I have good background in C++ .

    I want to use java to represent real coordinates on a graphical sequare.

    to clarify the idea, I have a square area in real word and there is an object that

    located at this square. For example: the location of the object is (2,1) and I want to represent this coordinate on graphical interface.

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    Is there any tool that may help me to do that? or I should do that manually?

    Any help will be appreciated.

    Thanks in advanc


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    Default Re: Mapping real coordinates into GUI

    You can just write a mapping method that takes real-world coordinates and converts them to GUI coordinates. Your GUI display component will have a certain width and height in pixels, and the real-world area you're dealing with will have a certain range, so you can calculate the X and Y factors to multiply by to convert real-world coordinates to GUI component coordinates. For example, if the real-world X range is 10 and the GUI component width is 800, then you'd multiply real-world X values by 800/10 to get the pixel X value, and so-on.

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    Red face Re: Mapping real coordinates into GUI

    Thank you so much


    I will do something like that


    Thanx again

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