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Interface to display the values which are sent by server program

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Actually, here are my client and server codes. Can any one integrate code to my client.So, that after connecting to the server the 8 values which it gets from server are displayed in text boxes(now they are displayed on command prompt) and also my server sends 8 values .can you add code that these values are refreshed for every 5 seconds and displayed in the interface on client side.. and labels of  8 values are as follows...
Sky Condition: Temperature: Humidity: Wind Speed: Barometer:      Dewpoint:Heat Index: Visibility:


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import java.net.*;
import java.io.*;

public class Server
{
     public Server()
     {
          try
          {
               //creating server socket binding at port # 3000
               ServerSocket server=new ServerSocket(3000);
               System.out.println("Server binded at "+((server.getInetAddress()).getLocalHost()).getHostAddress()+":3000");
               System.out.println("Run the Client");
               //ready to accept client request
               Socket socket=server.accept();
               //opening the input stream to read data from client connection
               BufferedReader in= new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(socket.getInputStream()));
               System.out.println(in.readLine());
               //using output stream responsing data
               DataOutputStream out=new DataOutputStream(socket.getOutputStream());
               for (int i=0; i<8; i++)
               {
                      int s =(int)(Math.random()*10);
                       out.writeInt(s*10);
               }
               out.flush();
               //closing the in & out streams
               out.close();
               in.close();
          }
          catch(Exception err)
          {
               System.err.println("* err"+err);
          }
               
     }
     
     public static void main(String a[])
     {
          new Server();
     }
     
}

client code
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import java.net.*;
import java.io.*;

public class Client
{
     
     public Client()
     {
          try
          {
               //ceating the socket to connect to server running on same machine binded on port no 3000
               Socket client=new Socket("localhost",3000);
               System.out.println("Client connected ");
               //getting the o/p stream of that connection
               PrintStream out=new PrintStream(client.getOutputStream());
               //sending the message to server
               out.print("Hello from client\n");
               out.flush();
               //reading the response using input stream
               DataInputStream in= new DataInputStream(client.getInputStream());
               for (int i=0; i<8; i++)
               {
                  System.out.println(in.readInt());
               }
               //closing the streams
               in.close();
               out.close();
 
          }
          catch(Exception err)
          {
               System.err.println("* err"+err);
          }
               
     }
     
     public static void main(String a[])
     {
          new Client();
     }
     
}
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try something like the following (you'll need to create your gui how you want it).

import java.net.*;
import java.io.*;

public class Server
{
     public Server()
     {
          try
          {
               //creating server socket binding at port # 3000
               ServerSocket server=new ServerSocket(3000);
               System.out.println("Server binded at "+((server.getInetAddress()).getLocalHost()).getHostAddress()+":3000");
               System.out.println("Run the Client");
               //ready to accept client request
               Socket socket=server.accept();
               //opening the input stream to read data from client connection
               BufferedReader in= new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader(socket.getInputStream()));
               System.out.println(in.readLine());
               //using output stream responsing data
               DataOutputStream out=new DataOutputStream(socket.getOutputStream());
               while (true)
               {
                  for (int i=0; i<8; i++)
                  {
                      int s =(int)(Math.random()*10);
                      out.writeInt(s*10);
                  }
                  out.flush();
               }
               //closing the in & out streams
               out.close();
               in.close();
          }
          catch(Exception err)
          {
               System.err.println("* err"+err);
          }
               
     }
     
     public static void main(String a[])
     {
          new Server();
     }
     
}

client code
------------------------------------
import java.net.*;
import java.io.*;

public class Client
{
     
     public Client()
     {
          try
          {
               //ceating the socket to connect to server running on same machine binded on port no 3000
               Socket client=new Socket("localhost",3000);
               System.out.println("Client connected ");
               //getting the o/p stream of that connection
               PrintStream out=new PrintStream(client.getOutputStream());
               //sending the message to server
               out.print("Hello from client\n");
               out.flush();
               //reading the response using input stream
               DataInputStream in= new DataInputStream(client.getInputStream());
               while (true)
               {
                  sky.setText("Sky Condition: "+in.readInt());
                  temp.setText("Temperature: "+in.readInt());
                  humidity.setText("Humidity: "+in.readInt());
                  windspeed.setText("Wind Speed: "+in.readInt());
                  barometer.setText("Barometer: "+in.readInt());
                  dew.setText("Dewpoint: "+in.readInt());
                  heat.setText("Heat Index: "+in.readInt());
                  visibility.setText("Visibility: "+in.readInt());
                  Thread.sleep(5000);
               }

               //closing the streams
               in.close();
               out.close();
 
          }
          catch(Exception err)
          {
               System.err.println("* err"+err);
          }
               
     }
     
     public static void main(String a[])
     {
          new Client();
     }
     
}
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