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Thread: Depricated code...Need help

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    Unhappy Depricated code...Need help

    I have found a really old code which has a deprecated java method.How do i convert into new method.

    public boolean mouseDown(Event e, int x, int y)
    {
    //code
    }

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    Default Re: Depricated code...Need help

    Does the deprecated method have any JavaDoc with it that gives a suggestion of what has replaced it? Perhaps check the JavaDoc online for the JDK you're using.
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    Default Re: Depricated code...Need help

    That's an old AWT event listener callback. From Java 1.0! Did you find this project in a museum?

    The Swing version of that method is:
    public void mousePressed(MouseEvent e) {
    	int x = e.getX();
    	int y = e.getY();
    }
    The other one is mouseReleased(MouseEvent e).

    My gut tells me there are dozens of other deprecated method usages in that project as well. Sounds like a nasty chore. If you have to convert the entire application over to using Swing, then I'd strongly consider whether starting from a new Swing project would make more sense.

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