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import java.awt.*;
import javax.swing.*;

class TestFrame extends JFrame
{
  public TestFrame() {
    super( "Graphics demo" );
    getContentPane().add(new JCanvas());
  }

  public static void main( String args[] ) {
    TestFrame mainFrame = new TestFrame();
    mainFrame.pack();
    mainFrame.setVisible( true );
  }
}

class JCanvas extends JComponent
{
  private static Color m_tRed = new Color(255,0,0,150);
  private static Color m_tGreen = new Color(0,255,0,150);
  private static Color m_tBlue = new Color(0,0,255,150);

  private static Font m_biFont = new Font("Monospaced", Font.BOLD | Font.ITALIC, 36);
  private static Font m_pFont = new Font("SanSerif", Font.PLAIN, 12);
  private static Font m_bFont = new Font("Serif", Font.BOLD, 24);
 
  private static ImageIcon m_flight = new ImageIcon("flight.gif");

  public void paintComponent(Graphics g) {
    super.paintComponent(g);
 
    // counter
    int c = 0;

    // for use below
    int w = 0;
    int h = 0;
    int d = 0;

    // get damaged region
    Rectangle r = g.getClipBounds();
    int clipx = r.x;
    int clipy = r.y;
    int clipw = r.width;
    int cliph = r.height;

    // fill only damaged region only
    g.setColor(Color.white);
    g.fillRect(clipx,clipy,clipw,cliph);

    // filled yellow circle if bounding region has been damaged
    if (clipx <= 240 && clipy <= 240) {
      g.setColor(Color.yellow);
      g.fillOval(0,0,240,240); c++;
    }
       
    // filled magenta circle if bounding region has been damaged
    if (clipx + clipw >= 160 && clipx <= 400
        && clipy + cliph >= 160 && clipy <= 400) {
      g.setColor(Color.magenta);
      g.fillOval(160,160,240,240); c++;
    }

    w = m_flight.getIconWidth();
    h = m_flight.getIconHeight();
    // paint the icon below blue sqaure if bounding region has been damaged
    if (clipx + clipw >= 280-(w/2) && clipx <= (280+(w/2))
        && clipy + cliph >= 120-(h/2) && clipy <= (120+(h/2))) {
      m_flight.paintIcon(this,g,280-(w/2),120-(h/2)); c++;
    }

    // paint the icon below red sqaure if bounding region has been damaged
    if (clipx + clipw >= 120-(w/2) && clipx <= (120+(w/2))
        && clipy + cliph >= 280-(h/2) && clipy <= (280+(h/2))) {
      m_flight.paintIcon(this,g,120-(w/2),280-(h/2)); c++;
    }

    // filled transparent red square if bounding region has been damaged
    if (clipx + clipw >= 60 && clipx <= 180
        && clipy + cliph >= 220 && clipy <= 340) {
      g.setColor(m_tRed);
      g.fillRect(60,220,120,120); c++;
    }

    // filled transparent green circle if bounding region has been damaged
    if (clipx + clipw > 140 && clipx < 260
        && clipy + cliph > 140 && clipy < 260) {
      g.setColor(m_tGreen);
      g.fillOval(140,140,120,120); c++;
    }

    // filled transparent blue square if bounding region has been damaged
    if (clipx + clipw > 220 && clipx < 380
        && clipy + cliph > 60 && clipy < 180) {
      g.setColor(m_tBlue);
      g.fillRect(220,60,120,120); c++;
    }

    g.setColor(Color.black);

    g.setFont(m_biFont);
    FontMetrics fm = g.getFontMetrics();
    w = fm.stringWidth("Swing");
    h = fm.getAscent();
    d = fm.getDescent();
    // Bold, Italic, 36-point "Swing" if bounding region has been damaged
    if (clipx + clipw > 120-(w/2) && clipx < (120+(w/2))
        && clipy + cliph > (120+(h/4))-h && clipy < (120+(h/4))+d) {
      g.drawString("Swing",120-(w/2),120+(h/4)); c++;
    }

    g.setFont(m_pFont);
    fm = g.getFontMetrics();
    w = fm.stringWidth("is");
    h = fm.getAscent();
    d = fm.getDescent();
    // Plain, 12-point "is" if bounding region has been damaged
    if (clipx + clipw > 200-(w/2) && clipx < (200+(w/2))
        && clipy + cliph > (200+(h/4))-h && clipy < (200+(h/4))+d) {
      g.drawString("is",200-(w/2),200+(h/4)); c++;
    }

    g.setFont(m_bFont);
    fm = g.getFontMetrics();
    w = fm.stringWidth("powerful!!");
    h = fm.getAscent();
    d = fm.getDescent();
    // Bold 24-point "powerful!!" if bounding region has been damaged
    if (clipx + clipw > 280-(w/2) && clipx < (280+(w/2))
        && clipy + cliph > (280+(h/4))-h && clipy < (280+(h/4))+d) {
      g.drawString("powerful!!",280-(w/2),280+(h/4)); c++;
    }

    System.out.println("# items repainted = " + c + "/10");
  }
 
  // Some layout managers need this information
  public Dimension getPreferredSize() {
    return new Dimension(400,400);
  }

  // Some layout managers need this information
  public Dimension getMinimumSize() {
    return getPreferredSize();
  }
}
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by:shyamkumarreddy
ID: 6205087
what is the probs fox


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by:foxx3001
ID: 6205189
i wanna make it run in the html mode....i mean in the browser......
how can i altered it to make available in the html file...
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rjackman earned 600 total points
ID: 6205461
hi
i had alterd ur file a bit
have extended ur class from JApplet instead of JFrame
and added init()
also try this code in appletviewer
if u want this code to run in browser then u have to get the plugin and html converter
then pass the html to converter which will convert the html to such a format to be displayed on to browser using plugin
u will get the plugin from the sun site
http://java.sun.com/products/plugin/

import java.awt.*;
import javax.swing.*;

public class TestFrame extends JApplet
{
 public void init() {
   //super( "Graphics demo" );
   this.getContentPane().add(new JCanvas());
 }

 public static void main( String args[] ) {
   TestFrame mainFrame = new TestFrame();
   //mainFrame.pack();
   mainFrame.setVisible( true );
 }
}

class JCanvas extends JComponent
{
 private static Color m_tRed = new Color(255,0,0,150);
 private static Color m_tGreen = new Color(0,255,0,150);
 private static Color m_tBlue = new Color(0,0,255,150);

 private static Font m_biFont = new Font("Monospaced", Font.BOLD | Font.ITALIC, 36);
 private static Font m_pFont = new Font("SanSerif", Font.PLAIN, 12);
 private static Font m_bFont = new Font("Serif", Font.BOLD, 24);
 
 private static ImageIcon m_flight = new ImageIcon("flight.gif");

 public void paintComponent(Graphics g) {
   super.paintComponent(g);
 
   // counter
   int c = 0;

   // for use below
   int w = 0;
   int h = 0;
   int d = 0;

   // get damaged region
   Rectangle r = g.getClipBounds();
   int clipx = r.x;
   int clipy = r.y;
   int clipw = r.width;
   int cliph = r.height;

   // fill only damaged region only
   g.setColor(Color.white);
   g.fillRect(clipx,clipy,clipw,cliph);

   // filled yellow circle if bounding region has been damaged
   if (clipx <= 240 && clipy <= 240) {
     g.setColor(Color.yellow);
     g.fillOval(0,0,240,240); c++;
   }
       
   // filled magenta circle if bounding region has been damaged
   if (clipx + clipw >= 160 && clipx <= 400
       && clipy + cliph >= 160 && clipy <= 400) {
     g.setColor(Color.magenta);
     g.fillOval(160,160,240,240); c++;
   }

   w = m_flight.getIconWidth();
   h = m_flight.getIconHeight();
   // paint the icon below blue sqaure if bounding region has been damaged
   if (clipx + clipw >= 280-(w/2) && clipx <= (280+(w/2))
       && clipy + cliph >= 120-(h/2) && clipy <= (120+(h/2))) {
     m_flight.paintIcon(this,g,280-(w/2),120-(h/2)); c++;
   }

   // paint the icon below red sqaure if bounding region has been damaged
   if (clipx + clipw >= 120-(w/2) && clipx <= (120+(w/2))
       && clipy + cliph >= 280-(h/2) && clipy <= (280+(h/2))) {
     m_flight.paintIcon(this,g,120-(w/2),280-(h/2)); c++;
   }

   // filled transparent red square if bounding region has been damaged
   if (clipx + clipw >= 60 && clipx <= 180
       && clipy + cliph >= 220 && clipy <= 340) {
     g.setColor(m_tRed);
     g.fillRect(60,220,120,120); c++;
   }

   // filled transparent green circle if bounding region has been damaged
   if (clipx + clipw > 140 && clipx < 260
       && clipy + cliph > 140 && clipy < 260) {
     g.setColor(m_tGreen);
     g.fillOval(140,140,120,120); c++;
   }

   // filled transparent blue square if bounding region has been damaged
   if (clipx + clipw > 220 && clipx < 380
       && clipy + cliph > 60 && clipy < 180) {
     g.setColor(m_tBlue);
     g.fillRect(220,60,120,120); c++;
   }

   g.setColor(Color.black);

   g.setFont(m_biFont);
   FontMetrics fm = g.getFontMetrics();
   w = fm.stringWidth("Swing");
   h = fm.getAscent();
   d = fm.getDescent();
   // Bold, Italic, 36-point "Swing" if bounding region has been damaged
   if (clipx + clipw > 120-(w/2) && clipx < (120+(w/2))
       && clipy + cliph > (120+(h/4))-h && clipy < (120+(h/4))+d) {
     g.drawString("Swing",120-(w/2),120+(h/4)); c++;
   }

   g.setFont(m_pFont);
   fm = g.getFontMetrics();
   w = fm.stringWidth("is");
   h = fm.getAscent();
   d = fm.getDescent();
   // Plain, 12-point "is" if bounding region has been damaged
   if (clipx + clipw > 200-(w/2) && clipx < (200+(w/2))
       && clipy + cliph > (200+(h/4))-h && clipy < (200+(h/4))+d) {
     g.drawString("is",200-(w/2),200+(h/4)); c++;
   }

   g.setFont(m_bFont);
   fm = g.getFontMetrics();
   w = fm.stringWidth("powerful!!");
   h = fm.getAscent();
   d = fm.getDescent();
   // Bold 24-point "powerful!!" if bounding region has been damaged
   if (clipx + clipw > 280-(w/2) && clipx < (280+(w/2))
       && clipy + cliph > (280+(h/4))-h && clipy < (280+(h/4))+d) {
     g.drawString("powerful!!",280-(w/2),280+(h/4)); c++;
   }

   System.out.println("# items repainted = " + c + "/10");
 }
 
 // Some layout managers need this information
 public Dimension getPreferredSize() {
   return new Dimension(400,400);
 }

 // Some layout managers need this information
 public Dimension getMinimumSize() {
   return getPreferredSize();
 }
}
*******************
//the html

<html>
<applet code ="TestReader.class" width=500 height=500>
</applet>
</html>
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by:foxx3001
ID: 6205651
Hi....Thanks rjackman.....
Can i get your email......
i need a your advise in java and i wanna mail u a java fail.....i hope you can give me a solution....

thank for your concern
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by:foxx3001
ID: 6205655
can i have your email......
need to learn more with you
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by:rjackman
ID: 6205715
hi
my emailid is
rickyjackman@usa.net
cheers
RJ
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by:foxx3001
ID: 6237296
hai....mana datangnyer markah yang banyak2 tue....main tipu yer...!!!!!
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by:foxx3001
ID: 6237306
excuse me...english pleaseee......
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