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Valid / Invalid Layout managers

 
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Will Sun penalize me for using "AWT" layout managers, like FlowLayout or GridBagLayout? Technically these are not part of Swing's package, and I didn't want to get burned on such an insignificant thing.
Thanks,
Andrew
 
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I used CardLayout and GridBagLayout and passed. Aren't all layout managers from AWT?
 
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For my case Sun only mentioned Components have to be from JFC(Swing). Not Layout managers.
 
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Thanks guys. Rick - javax.swing now includes a BoxLayout, which made me think it wasn't an AWT layout.
Thanks again,
Andrew
 
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