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    Default Beginner Question Here (Trying to make things easier)

    First of all, I only coded "Hello world" and "3+4=7" applications in Java.

    Here is the question:

    I am trying to build a program which shows the data types' max and min values for referance. Actually I built it, but without any GUI. Everytime I need to look up to the values, I have to type;
    java -jar "C:\Users\Mesut\Documents\NetBeansProjects\Deneme\ dist\Deneme.jar
    to reach the values. And I am already bored

    Although I don't know anything about GUI programming with Java, I tried to put the codes below into a GUI, but of course, I could not. This is discouraging me from Java, and I have to do something for that.

    So my problem is, how to implement these codes into the GUI so that the program only shows the results of the codes and an Exit button or menu

    public class Prg {
     
        public static void main(String[] args) {
            System.out.println("Integer veri tipi");
            System.out.println("Max :"+Integer.MAX_VALUE);
            System.out.println("Min  "+Integer.MIN_VALUE);
            System.out.println("---");
     
            System.out.println("Double veri tipi");
            System.out.println("Max :"+Double.MAX_VALUE);
            System.out.println("Min  "+Double.MIN_VALUE);
            System.out.println("---");
     
            System.out.println("Float veri tipi");
            System.out.println("Max :"+Float.MAX_VALUE);
            System.out.println("Min  "+Float.MIN_VALUE);
            System.out.println("---");
     
            System.out.println("Long veri tipi");
            System.out.println("Max :"+Long.MAX_VALUE);
            System.out.println("Min  "+Long.MIN_VALUE);
            System.out.println("---");
     
            System.out.println("Short veri tipi");
            System.out.println("Max :"+Short.MAX_VALUE);
            System.out.println("Min  "+Short.MIN_VALUE);
            System.out.println("---");
     
            System.out.println("Byte veri tipi");
            System.out.println("Max :"+Byte.MAX_VALUE);
            System.out.println("Min  "+Byte.MIN_VALUE);
            System.out.println("---");
     
     
     
        }
     
    }

    I know it is so noob that you won't feel like helping, but maybe a little guidance?

    Thanks.


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    Default Re: Beginner Question Here (Trying to make things easier)

    What IDE do you use? Have you looked at Netbeans? - NetBeans IDE - Swing GUI Builder

    You can drag and drop Swing components. This will be good for you because you can see results fast, but I suggest learning the basics of GUIs as being able to code it without a GUI Builder is always a skill to have.
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    Default Re: Beginner Question Here (Trying to make things easier)

    Actually, I am using it. But like I said, I could not put these codes into it. Why? Because I don't know how to do that, never learned.

    I just want the results of the codes in the first post to be GUI. I just don't know how to do that.

    I read many tutorials, but they do not mention what I want.

    To sum up, I am very new to Java, but I think I should have this application in GUI

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