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How can i set the JPanel size?

Can i use setPreferredSize(100,100);?

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by:mmuruganandam
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use setSize(100,100);

setPreferredSize(100,100) also will work.


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Muruga
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by:Kennywen
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setPreferredSize(100,100) will return below error:

BoxAlignmentDemo.java:80: setPreferredSize(java.awt.Dimension) in javax.swing.JComponent cannot be applied to (int,int)
controlMessage.setPreferredSize(100,100);
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controlMessage.setPreferredSize(new Dimension(100,100));

This will work.
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by:Kennywen
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thanks
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by:GrandSchtroumpf
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The actual size of your panel will depend on the LayoutManager you use.
Some managers will use the preferred size, some others will use the minimum size.
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