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Thread: how do you control the seperate X & Y axis of all corners of a shape?

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    Default how do you control the seperate X & Y axis of all corners of a shape?

    i am just wondering is there a way of manipulating all corners of shape ? the only way i know you can do this is by using openGL but i keen to know if this is possible in core java. thanks


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    Default Re: how do you control the seperate X & Y axis of all corners of a shape?

    What do you mean by "manipulating all corners"? Are you talking about showing shapes on a GUI? How are the shapes being drawn? What classes and methods are being used?
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