Java AWT Reference
by John Zukowski
Publisher: O'Reilly 1997
Number of pages: 1074
The Java AWT Reference provides complete documentation on the Abstract Window Toolkit (AWT), a large collection of classes for building graphical user interfaces in Java. With AWT, you can create windows, draw, work with images, and use components like buttons, scrollbars, and pulldown menus. The book covers the classes that comprise the java.awt, java.awt.image, java.applet,java.awt.event, and java.awt.datatransfer packages. These classes provide the functionality that allows a Java application to provide user interaction in a graphical environment.
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