Pie Chart in Java

Posted on 2005-04-15
Last Modified: 2010-03-31
Well, I need a general pie chart for my applet. The applet is supposed to be a voting system, where as you click "Yes" and "No" and the chart and some additional history updates. I.e. if you press "Yes" 300 times, you'll get 300 votes for "Yes" and same on "No". I haven't tested the code all out yet, but I think I got the history part working, but I haven't gotten any clue on how to use pie charts (or any charts) in Java.

Anyone able to provide me some code? Or a little help to get started?
Question by:Gaute Rønningen
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    Excellent! :D
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