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how about gridbaglayout parameters like gridx, weightx, fill anchor etc?
most of all, sleep well and think clear during the test. good luck


This was a post made by bill williams, I was just a little unclear of what he meant here. Can Bill or anyone elaborate as to whether much attention should be payed for those gridbaglayout parameters mentioned above?
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Originally posted by Paul Salerno:

This was a post made by bill williams, I was just a little unclear of what he meant here. Can Bill or anyone elaborate as to whether much attention should be payed for those gridbaglayout parameters mentioned above?
TIA


I think what he means is understand what these GridBag properties does?
For example
gridx is the x-coordinate on the grid, which can be visualized in two dimension.
weightx is if the frame is resized, what to do with the extra space. This is for the x-direction.
anchor is how would you want to anchor your component, for eg N, NW, NE, S, SE, SW, E & W.
for fill I don't know on top of head, but any java book with GridBagLayou will have this info....
Hope this helps!!!
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Great so its safe to assume these things are stressed on the exam.
 
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Originally posted by Paul Salerno:
Great so its safe to assume these things are stressed on the exam.



Oh Yes these things are stressed, you need to know this stuff.
Best of Luck!!

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What I understand that Gridbaglayout is not going to be asked in the test. Please correct me if I am wrong???
 
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Originally posted by Ruchi Kolla:
What I understand that Gridbaglayout is not going to be asked in the test. Please correct me if I am wrong???


GridBagLayout is there in the exam.
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it is part of the exam.
you have some chance of getting GridBagLayout questions (although it will be at most 1 ).
 
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