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[java] borderlayout ?question

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I am new to java. Now, I use borderlayout command to set my objects layout. However, as I searched on internet + read in the book. North, South, East, West and Center are alinment that I can set? only? I have around 10~ objects. Is it possible to use borderlayout for my project? If I use borderlayout(CENTER) for 2 objects, I found that 2 objects are overlapped. Do you have any suggestion?

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North, South, East, West and Center are alinment that I can set? only?

That's correct.

If you want to add multiple objects to each alignment, first add them to another container, then add this container into the BorderLayout.

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There are many different layout managers available in swing. If border layout isn't flexible enough for your application, you might want to look into using a different one.

The java/sun swing tutorial covers this topic:

Layout managers

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