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Image is not been added to a label

 
ysplindia ysplindia
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Hai Everyone,
I am J.Shobana i want to add an image to a JLabel. The label is addedm to a JPanel and the panel to JFrame.

I am not able to add image to the panel. The Source code which i am using for it is:


import java.awt.*;
import java.awt.event.*;
import javax.swing.*;
public class MyMainClass extends JPanel
{
static JFrame frame;
JPanel panel;
MyMainClass()
{
frame = new JFrame("Image");
panel = new JPanel();
frame.getContentPane().add(panel);
panel.setLayout(null);
JLabel l = new JLabel("Hello");
l.setBounds(600,100,500,500);

JButton b = new JButton("Image");
b.setBounds(100,200,100,100);

Icon logo = new ImageIcon("logo.bmp");
// Place the Icon in the label
l.setIcon(logo);

JLabel l1 = new JLabel("Hai");
l1.setBounds(300,100,100,100);


panel.add(b);
panel.add(l);
panel.add(l1);
frame.add(panel);

}



public static void main(String args[])
{
MyMainClass m = new MyMainClass();
frame.setVisible(true);
frame.setSize(400,200);
}
}

Here the button and JLabel l is added but the JLabel l1 with the image alone is not been added to the panel.

I tried in all way. Please if anyone caql give me a solution its very urgent.

Thanks in Advance,
J.Shobana.
 
Stephen Boston
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Originally posted by ysplindia ysplindia:
Hai Everyone,
I am J.Shobana i want to add an image to a JLabel. The label is addedm to a JPanel and the panel to JFrame.

I am not able to add image to the panel. The Source code which i am using for it is:


import java.awt.*;
import java.awt.event.*;
import javax.swing.*;
public class MyMainClass extends JPanel
{
static JFrame frame;
JPanel panel;
MyMainClass()
{
frame = new JFrame("Image");
panel = new JPanel();
frame.getContentPane().add(panel);
panel.setLayout(null);
JLabel l = new JLabel("Hello");
l.setBounds(600,100,500,500);

JButton b = new JButton("Image");
b.setBounds(100,200,100,100);

Icon logo = new ImageIcon("logo.bmp");
// Place the Icon in the label
l.setIcon(logo);

JLabel l1 = new JLabel("Hai");
l1.setBounds(300,100,100,100);


panel.add(b);
panel.add(l);
panel.add(l1);
frame.add(panel);

}



public static void main(String args[])
{
MyMainClass m = new MyMainClass();
frame.setVisible(true);
frame.setSize(400,200);
}
}

Here the button and JLabel l is added but the JLabel l1 with the image alone is not been added to the panel.

I tried in all way. Please if anyone caql give me a solution its very urgent.

Thanks in Advance,
J.Shobana.




It is your setBounds statement that is giving you the problem. If you resize your frame you will see your buttons and labels. You just need to adjust your setbounds.

Steve
 
Stephen Boston
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And you need to alter your code just a bit to get the frame to display correctly.

It took a second look at it to catch that.
Everything is clumped close togather, but that can be fixed by adjusting the setBounds.

HTH
Steve
[ September 27, 2005: Message edited by: Stephen Boston ]
 
nabi bux
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high dear don't vary I am hurry!
 
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