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Tutorial Introduction to collection Implementations
The Collections Framework provides a well-designed set of interfaces and classes used for storing and manipulating groups of data into a single unit. View Rating



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Tutorial Access Modifiers
Access Modifiers : Access modifiers are used to specify the visibility and accessibility of a class, member variables and methods. View Rating



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Tutorial Pop-up Menus
A PopupMenu is similar to a Menu as it contains MenuItem objects. View Rating



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Tutorial Menu Shortcuts
The MenuItem class also provides a feature of menu shortcuts and speed keys. View Rating



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Tutorial Menus
We can also develop an application with a Menu. As a name indicates a Menu consists of Menu objects. View Rating



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Tutorial GUI-based Applications
In this section you will learn about how to create a window for your application. You need to define a subclass of Frame to create a window for your application. View Rating



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Tutorial Adapters Example
In the following program code, the adapter class has been used. This class has been used as an anonymous inner class to draw a rectangle within an applet. View Rating



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Tutorial Button Pressing Example
In the program code given below, the Frame contains three buttons named - "Bonjour", "Good Day", "Aurevoir". View Rating



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Tutorial Event Adapters
There are some event listeners that have multiple methods to implement. That is some of the listener interfaces contain more than one method. View Rating



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Tutorial Write to a file
As we have read about the BufferedOutputStream class that store the data in an internal buffer and lets you write characters to a stream. Lets see an example that writes the text "Hello Java" to the existed file. View Rating
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