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i am using netbeans 6.5 , i am new to java swing , i have created simple application in java swing using netbeans.. the application consist of two labels ,two textboxes and two buttons... i have set name for those things using ide... but i can't able to see labels or buttons while running the application... pleas help me to solve this problem...
 
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It is somewhat difficult to help you without seeing code. Have you gone through the Sun Swing tutorials? If not, I strongly recommend that you do so. Best of luck.
 
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may be there is some problem in layout. As i have experienced similar problems sometime. If you will put the code here may be someone will help you out.
 
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Did you do JFrame.setVisible(true)?
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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