I have a double array  or JButtons. I added the 100 buttons to a JPanel. I wanted to know if there is a way to get the coordinate position of the button where the mouse cursor is. i.e. if the mouse is over the first button that would return 0,0.
You could add a MouseMotionListener to your frame, which will tell you the new position of the cursor (x,y) every time it moves. But to work out which button it's on would require you knowing the dimensions
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