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    Question Beginner JAVA help 600x400 pixel three by two primary color square chart.

    Hello everyone I am very new to this forum aswell as JAVA programming. My professor sucks he just throws us out and expects us to knw what we need to do but I have to do what the title says and create a 600x400 pixel three by two primary color square chart. So far he has given us this.

    import java.awt.Color;
    public class LineRectPainter extends Picture
    {
    public void vertLine( int x, int y, int ymax, Color color );
    {
    while y <= y max
    {
    }

    Where do I go from here all help will be appreciated.


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    Default Re: Beginner JAVA help 600x400 pixel three by two primary color square chart.

    600x400 pixel three by two primary color square chart
    Can you explain what you are looking for? I assume 600x400 is the size of something. The 3x2 part I don't understand.

    What classes and packages are you using? I don't recognize the Picture class.
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    Default Re: Beginner JAVA help 600x400 pixel three by two primary color square chart.

    Oo right sorry about that. So basically he wants us to make a 600 by 400 pixel with 6 boxes in it 3 by 2 and each box having a different color the top 3 red green and blue and the bottom 3 being cyan magenta and yellow

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    Default Re: Beginner JAVA help 600x400 pixel three by two primary color square chart.

    Where are you having problems? The first step would be to take a piece of paper, draw out the shapes and note the x,y coordinates of the corners of each of the squares.
    Then look at the methods in the Graphics class to see which one(s) could be used to draw and fill the shapes.

    If you are not using the the Java SE packages and classes, I can't recommend what classes and methods to use.
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