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I need to make a GUI and display the correct time under a clock. How do I center the time Text ?

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in what programming language?
java
So you want to create a GUI and show the time, have I understood it right?

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Go ahead and create two classes Main and GUI ---Main Class---- import javax.swing.JFrame; public class Main { public static void main(String args[]){ displayGUI(); } public static void displayGUI(){ JFrame window = new JFrame(); window.setTitle("Display Clock"); window.setDefaultCloseOperation(JFrame.EXIT_ON_CLOSE); window.setResizable(false); new GUI(window); } } ---Class Main END---- ---Class GUI--- import java.awt.Container; import javax.swing.RootPaneContainer; public class GUI{ public GUI(RootPaneContainer rpc){ Container cp = rpc.getContentPane(); Container rootWindow = (Container) rpc; cp.setLayout(null); rootWindow.setSize(500,500); rootWindow.setVisible(true); } } ---Class GUI End--- Now you have an empty GUI, one you get this working let me know and we can process onto displaying clock.

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