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GridBagLayout

 
Mini Pilla
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HOw true is this???
While constructing GridBagLayout, you won't tell how many rows and columns the underlying grid has.
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rajani
 
INDU, BALA
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Each component that goes into gridbag layout has to be tagged with a gridbagconstraint object that carries number of parameters.These parameters are used for positioning, sizing and padding in grid bag layout.

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tvs sundaram
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For your information
GridBagConstraints
public GridBagConstraints(int gridx,
int gridy,
int gridwidth,
int gridheight,
double weightx,
double weighty,
int anchor,
int fill,
Insets insets,
int ipadx,
int ipady)
Creates a GridBagConstraints object with all of its fields set to the passed-in arguments. Note: Because the use of this constructor hinders readability of source code, this constructor should only be used by automatic source code generation tools.
Parameters:
gridx - The initial gridx value.
gridy - The initial gridy value.
gridwidth - The initial gridwidth value.
gridheight - The initial gridheight value.
weightx - The initial weightx value.
weighty - The initial weighty value.
anchor - The initial anchor value.
fill - The initial fill value.
insets - The initial insets value.
ipadx - The initial ipadx value.
ipady - The initial ipady value.
can be used to position components in GridBagLayout
HTH
tvs sundaram
 
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