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I have just started Applets. Kindly let me know if this option is available.
While using the fillRect or drawRect, I need to have the recetangle filled with one color with the border in a different color. Also is there any way of increasing or decreasing the thickness of the Border.
Plz let me know.
 
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make an abject of rectangle & set its properties & its colors what ever u want
then on any event which ever u want draw it on the applet
then call the repaint method....
now ur applet is running with changed appearance...
tell if again u come up with more problems...
bye
 
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Here is one simple example:

Hope this helps.
Stephanie
 
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