Event Handling

Posted on 2003-03-22
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Last Modified: 2010-03-31
hi, i want to make an applet game (ping pong) in which there are two rectangles on the sides , which users can move up or down to play the game. how do i register the listener for this? I need the users to control the rectangles.. so do i have to make them components first? or can i add the listener to rectangles??
Question by:ahmadmzakir
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kokchoon78 earned 40 total points
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here have some tutorial :


examples included.

Kok Choon.

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