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Creating a GUI with Java - Java tutorial


Java is an Object Oriented Programming Language. It is not limited to creating or designing programmes that run on command line environments but can also be used to design stand alone applications with great user interactive environments. All you need to get is a machine that runs Java, a word processor like notepad for window users or gedit for Linux users.
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