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Hi


I need to see an applet that does the following please:
display an image.
allows me to drag it up, down, left, and right.

I want you to identify which commands in the code that allows me to drag the image.
Thanks alot
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by:daitt
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Sounds like a homework question.
Build an applet. In start() function, load the image. In paint(Graphics g) function, draw the image.
Catch mouseDown(MouseEvent e), mouseUp(MouseEvent e), mouseDragged(MouseEvent e) to change the coordinate of the image, and repaint.
If you have problem with any of the things below, please ask.
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by:aja101498
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No I am not student I am start learning Java and I couldn't find this in box.
All I want is to see an example. Thanks
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by:daitt
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Please try to build the applet step by step. I think this is a good way to learn java.
1. Create an empty applet, test it.
2. Load the image (in init() function of the applet) and display it (in paint function of the applet). Test the applet.
3. Catch onMouseDown and onMouseDragged to move the image. Test the applet.
4. Catch onMouseExited to reset mouse status when user move out of the applet. Test the applet.

You can ask if you have any problem with the steps above.
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Pardon our critisism but you must understand that we have many students that attempt to get us to do their homework for them.
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