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narayana murthy pedapudi
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is there any differece btw JInternalFrame and JFrame.
Please let me know
 
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Big difference. A JFrame is an independent, top level window -- it appears on the computer's desktop and is managed by the host windowing system.
A JInternalFrame, on the other hand, is a lightweight component, which means that it is always drawn onto some other Java component, and cannot appear on the desktop on its own. JInternalFrames are usually used inside a JDesktopPane, where they can be used to create something like an "MDI" interface inside a JFrame.
 
narayana murthy pedapudi
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Thanks Hill,
Thanks for the Usefull Information.
bye for now
narayana
 
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Moving to the Swing forum.
 
Don't get me started about those stupid light bulbs.
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