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Setting the JFrame contentpane's border

 
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Is there a way to create an empty border on the JFrame's contentpane, so that when I add components to it the will not be placed flushed with the sides? I would like to do this without having to add a JPanel to the contentpane first. Thank you.
 
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All you have to do is cast the content pane to a JComponent and set the border...
 
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