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Doit
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"Adding menus to an aplication requires a class that implements the MenuContainer interface.
The classes in the java.awt package that implement MenuContainer are Component, Frame, Menu,
and MenuBar, so practically anything can host a menu."
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Madhav Lakkapragada
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Yes and no.....
the restrictions to add menus donot come from the abv
stmt of yours alone....there is more to it.
there are two types of menus - pull-down and pop-up
menus. Pull-down menus are accessed via a menubar.
Menu-bars can be attached only to frames. Hence
pull-down menus exist only in frames.
The other type of menus, pop-up, can be added
to anything else which implements Menucontainer interface.
While I may not be complete, plese refer to the JLS and
read more deeply.
Also the exam (as I know) tests only the pull-down menus.
Regds.
- satya

[This message has been edited by Madhav Lakkapragada (edited August 26, 2000).]
 
Doit
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Thanks Madhav for all your answers.
 
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