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This is not mentioned in the SCJP book or in the Head First Java 2nd edition book. So I will ask what are the best online tutorials about this? Anything good on encryption, font rendering or image processing

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Start here.
 
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that link talkes about use the AWT to do some of the graphic and Font manupulation. This will not work in non Windows OSs will it? What would be used then?
 
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The AWT and Swing toolkits are available cross-platform on all JVMs; what makes you think they wouldn't be?
 
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I just always used Swing and though when it said Abstract Windows Toolkit that it meant it was Windows.
 
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That Windows means things you see on your screen, not the OS
 
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James Hambrick wrote:I just always used Swing and though when it said Abstract Windows Toolkit that it meant it was Windows.


Well, it's the "Abstract Window Toolkit" -without the 's'-, but I can see how one might overlook that.
 
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