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but why not this case, with getClipX()?  RSS feed

 
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Hello Mark,
Thankx,
but if this is the case so i should also get this value in case of getClipX().
Since both coordinates start from 0,0. It is giving the right value of getClipX().

Ambrish.
 
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Hello Mark,

I got the answer of this question-
Actualy in the J2ME emulator it's not giving right answer but when i tried it on mobile handset, it's running fine. That means both getClipX() and getClipY() gives accurate value but in emulator getClipY() gives the actual value+1.
that's it.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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