• anonymous
Hello everybody. I'm experiencing Java GUIs anew and would like someone to offer guidance on the fastest way, while learning the code, I can implement this project: A Calculator to be designed has the following characteristics • Instead of 0 – 9 numbers on the common Calculator, the Calculator is Hexadecimal by default therefore it has 0-F • On top of the +, -, / and *, it also has AND, OR, XOR, NOR and NAND as operators • It has a screen where the calculations are visible. • To manage the copyright, it has a Logo on it • The background color for the numbers 0-F is blue. The background color f
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  • schrodinger
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  • shadowfiend
I would highly recommend looking at GridLayouts, JButtons, and GridBagLayouts.
  • anonymous
I have the same problem... maybe we can crack it together!!

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