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What do you mean by AWT?
Last Updated: 1st February, 2020
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Similarly one may ask, what is AWT example?
AWT stands for Abstract Window Toolkit. It is a platform dependent API for creating Graphical User Interface (GUI) for java programs. Why AWT is platform dependent? For example if you are instantiating a text box in AWT that means you are actually asking OS to create a text box for you.
Subsequently, question is, what is AWT package in Java? The java. awt package is the main package of the AWT, or Abstract Windowing Toolkit. It contains classes for graphics, including the Java 2D graphics capabilities introduced in the Java 2 platform, and also defines the basic graphical user interface (GUI) framework for Java.
Similarly, you may ask, what are AWT controls?
AWT Controls are nothing but AWT Components that allows the user to communicate with the user in different ways. It can also be said that interaction with the user will be done based on following three concepts: UI Elements. Layouts.
What are different AWT components?
- Button (java. awt.
- Checkboxes (java. awt.
- Radio Buttons (java. awt.
- Choice Buttons (java. awt.
- Labels (java. awt.
- TextFields (java.awt.TextField) Are areas where the user can enter text.
- An Example Component Application.