[Solved] Netbeans desktop application of teacher attendance [closed]

You may want to add a LayoutManager to your window. NetBeans has support for it. Right-click inside your window in NetBeans, hover “Set Layout” and select a proper LayoutManager. I always use GridBagLayout. Here is a tutorial: http://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/uiswing/layout/gridbag.html Good Luck. 10 solved Netbeans desktop application of teacher attendance [closed]

[Solved] Parameter pass method two method in java

I guess you want to construct your query depending on the selected JCheckBoxes. The below code snippet works, if: You created a JCheckBox[] checkBoxes field that contains all the checkboxes with languages. The text of all those JCheckBox is exactly the String that should be placed inside the ‘. public void search() { // join … Read more

[Solved] Java How to display string like this [closed]

try this: public class Main { public static void main(String args[]) { Scanner sc = new Scanner(System.in); String text = sc.nextLine(); System.out.println(text); for(int j=0;j<text.length();j++) { char firstLetter = text.charAt(0); //get the first letter text = text.substring(1); //remove the first letter from the input string text = text + firstLetter; System.out.println(text); } } } 4 solved … Read more

[Solved] Netbeans would not find compatible jdk while installation

From NetBeans Installation Instructions The default location in Windows is C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.7.0_10 or similar. If your JDK is at C:\Java you just have to: re-install the JDK under the default Netbeans location, or specify your custom location during the installation wizard 2 solved Netbeans would not find compatible jdk while installation

[Solved] java, “do this if passes then do this” [closed]

you’re not looking for an if statement are you? if(error.Colour() == /*insert value to check here*/) { calculate.setKey(key); calculate.setQuantity(QuantityInt); double cost = calculate.calculateBill(); information.append(“\n\nTotal cost: £” + pounds.format(cost)); } 5 solved java, “do this if passes then do this” [closed]

[Solved] How do I dynamically resize a text component in Java Netbeans, when the text has filled the component, instead of it having scroll bars?

How do I dynamically resize a text component in Java Netbeans, when the text has filled the component, instead of it having scroll bars? solved How do I dynamically resize a text component in Java Netbeans, when the text has filled the component, instead of it having scroll bars?