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I am new to java Swing. My requirement is to draw a use case diagram using swing. for this I have to draw rectangles , Circles , triangles etc and appropriately connect them with the lines.

Also inside these shapes I have to write the texts. Is there any easier way to write the texts inside these figures so that when ever the figure enlarges these texts also gets wrapped accordingly?

What I am currently doing is drawing rectangle with certain coordinates , width , height etc and then writing text using drawString by adjusting the coordinates in such a way that they do not go outside the figure.

Any other easier ways or suggestions would be of great help....
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Interesting not that you simply reposted this question which is a big no no, but that you included less information. I am closing this thread. Please don't post the same question more than once.

Thanks.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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