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    hello all ,
    any one have idea on SWT tool kit (use in EClipse IDE)
    i want to add copy ,paste , font and all other feature
    how i can add that.

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    "And all other feature"

    Well I don't know how you can persuade SWT to make sandwiches, break the sound barrier or keep goal as well as Peter Shilton, but the javadocs are pretty good, and the Eclipse online help goes into some detail as well. Copy and paste from widget to widget you get for free, since they're native widgets and your platform almost certainly provides that for you

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    Are you looking some kind of a tool box, which is all controls are contain used in AWT? I don't know in Eclipse such a thing is available. But in NetBeans you have it, call palette.


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