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    Smile Can anyone mail me an e-book on Swings?

    Hi!

    I'm a student learning Java. I have the complete reference by Herbert Schildt. I've read the chapter on Swings in it and it doesn't contain much of what I need to know. For example if I need to make a form using Swings I select Swing GUI form -> JApplet form in NetBeans IDE. I'm familiar with labels, buttons, etc. and the event handling techniques but what I see in Netbeans is somewhat different from what I learned in the book. In fact it seems to be a totally different approach. So I guess I need a new book.

    If you have something that you think I might find helpful, kindly mail it to me.


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    Default Re: Can anyone mail me an e-book on Swings?

    Looks like I figured it out. Just clicked on the tiny "+" beside "generated code". I don't really need any book now but it'd be great if someone could recommend a good book.

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    Default Re: Can anyone mail me an e-book on Swings?

    I usually go with the online reference: Trail: Creating a GUI with JFC/Swing

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    Default Re: Can anyone mail me an e-book on Swings?

    Thanks a lot helloworld922!

    That was exactly what I was looking for.

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