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Thread: Java program of down counter which will use digifacewide font

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    Default Java program of down counter which will use digifacewide font

    please is it possible to create a time counter program that will use the digifacewide font to count-down time for 30 seconds and display its countdown


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    Default Re: counters

    Java timer class
    dunno about digifacewide font, but i'm sure a google search should show you what you want.

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    Default Re: counters

    Of course this is all possible, Im not much of a swing or awt fan myself but it aint that hard creating a window/frame using Java.

    The timer should be fairly simple as you can use the java.util.Timer to create your self a timer and assign a TimerTask to be run after the specified time.

    Timer: Timer (Java 2 Platform SE 5.0)
    TimerTask: TimerTask (Java 2 Platform SE 5.0)

    There are other ways and means to do this as well, but I reckon this is a fairly simple example.

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