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Which of the following may container can have?
a. container
b. component
c. applet
d. frame
e. menuItem
 
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Hi VR,
a,b,c,d are correct. because a container can have only components and all a,b,c,d are components but menuItem is a menuComponent which can't be added to a container

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I think the answers a, b, c and e are correct.
d is incrrect because a frame is a top-level window and a top-level window cannot be incorporated into other components.
e is correct because a menu-bar can be attached to a Frame object which is a container, a menu-bar can contain pull-down menus and MenuItem objects can be added to menus.

Originally posted by VR:
Which of the following may container can have?
a. container
b. component
c. applet
d. frame
e. menuItem


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