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Hi,

I am working on a KIOSK System. And need to do a on screen key board. I have no idea about it that how to do. So can you guys please help me out to do this. Any one have some idea about it.
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If you are using Swing for the kiosk, you need to
1) Set a proper layout for the JPanel (grid layout suggests itself)
2) Subclass JButton. Assocate a custom action with it
3) Layout the buttons on the panel
4) Add the panel to the container as required.

If you google, you will find many examples of calculators built in swing which will be useful to you.
Start trying it out yourself, and if you run into any problems, come back here and we will be most happy to lend a helping hand.
Best of luck
 
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