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    Hello! I am new to Java and I need to translate this Visual Basic form layout into a Java GUI program. I would be able to email the code and a picture of the vb.net designer file. Thanks!!

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    What have you tried?
    Where are you struck?
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    I created a layout in Visual Basic that I would like to use in Java. However I do not know how to code for the layout in Java. I only know how to code for the funtions of the button clicks and stuff like that. I have tried to use a GUI form in Java but it would not compile.

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    Default Re: VB.Net ------> Java

    it would not compile.
    Copy the full text of the error messages and post it here. Also post the code with the errors. Be sure to wrap the code in code tags.

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    Default Re: VB.Net ------> Java

    Quote Originally Posted by tylersuehr7 View Post
    I created a layout in Visual Basic that I would like to use in Java. However I do not know how to code for the layout in Java.
    What's stopping you from going ahead and learning it I wonder? You did that to be able to do it in Visual Basic. Of course Java and Visual Basic are entirely different beasts, perhaps you are looking for a tool like Visual Studio in which you can drag, drop and stretch a GUI graphically?
    "Syntactic sugar causes cancer of the semicolon." -- Alan Perlis

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