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Wrinting a string vertically

 
Leonardo Fernandes
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Hello,
I would like to write a string vertically (i.e from bottom up instead of from left to right). Is there a way to do it or to rotate a string 90 degrees?
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Phil Chuang
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Write a string in what? The System.out?
Pretty easy, actually.
Reverse the String, then loop & print, one char on each line.
 
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And now seeing as how this is the Swing/JFC/AWT forum, I assume you want to do it in a GUI
The basic idea is still the same:
Reverse the string, iterate through it adding one char at a time to a stringbuffer. But between the chars put in a newline character. Then output it however you want.
 
Manuel Moons
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There is a rotate method in Graphics2D. If you cast your graphics object to Graphics2D. You can call this method.
 
Leonardo Fernandes
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Hi,
I appreciate your help, but what i mean was not printing something like:
a
v
a
J
I would like, if possible, to print every character in the same orientation as the string. Yes, I want to make it on GUI, swing preferred.
 
Leonardo Fernandes
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Can I cast a string to Graphics2D? How?
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No, you cannot cast a String to Graphics2D.
If you overload the paint method of your component you can use the drawString() method in combination with the rotate method to draw the string you need. So you will probably have to do something like this.

I am not sure if this is exactly what you need, it a made up example. But you will have to do something like it.
 
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