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Lesson 14 - Graphic Clock in Java Swing - Form Handling

From the previous lesson, Graphic Clock in Java Swing - Drawing, we've got the analog clock up and running, rendered on a JPanel. We're going to finish the app today.

The Digital and Combined Clock

Let's extend our app to draw digital or combined clocks. We'll add a new Java enum named ClockType to the project. This is, of course, an enumeration type we're going to use to distinguish the type of the clock being rendered:

public enum ClockType {
    Digital,
    Analog,
    Combined;
}

Now let's get back to the Clock class and add


 

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In this tutorial, we'll finish the analog and digital clocks in Java Swing, learn to convert between JRadioButtons and Enums, and render centered text.

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