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I created an application in Jframe . This application contains several Jpanel with different sizes.
Then I created another application that extends Jpanel.
how I can to add the JPanel in the JFram class but to appear in my desired location with the desired size.
Bad-Aplication.jpg
[Thumbnail for Bad-Aplication.jpg]
where jpanel appear
good-apl.gif
[Thumbnail for good-apl.gif]
where i want to appeared
 
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Welcome to the Ranch.

Check out BorderLayout.
It will let you add child components to North, South, East, West and Center.

You can also nest layouts. e.g. Container X having Layout x has a child container Y having layout y.
More on using layout managers here http://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/uiswing/layout/visual.html
 
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