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JPanel Problem

 
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I have a doubt.
I thought making a JPanel disabled would make all its components disabled, but i don't think this happens. Is there a way to desable all the components on the JPanel, or do i need to disable them individually.
Any help will be appreciated.
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Gaurav Kalra
 
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You could do it recursively.
1. Use Container's getComponents() method that returns an aray of components.
2. Use instanceof to determine if the component is a Container.
HTH,
Paul.
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