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Extractions: The Basic Java Applet J AVA APPLETS ARE SMALL PROGRAMS that are meant to run on a page in a Web browser. Very little of that statement is completely accurate, however. An applet is not a complete program. It doesn't have to be small. And while many applets are meant to be used on Web pages, there are other ways to use them and reasons to do so. A technically more correct, but not very useful, definition would say simply that an applet is an object that belongs to the class java.applet.Applet or to one of its subclasses. Either definition still leaves us a long way to go to really understand applets. An applet is inherently part of a graphical user interface. It is a type of graphical component that can be displayed in a window (whether belonging to a Web browser or to some other program). When shown in a window, an applet is a rectangular area that can contain other components, such as buttons and text boxes. It can display graphical elements such as images, rectangles, and lines. And it can respond to certain "events", such as when the user clicks on the applet with a mouse. The Applet class, defined in the package
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Extractions: Keyboard Events I N JAVA, EVENTS are associated with GUI components. When the user presses a button on the mouse, the event that is generated is associated with the component that contains the mouse cursor. What about keyboard events? When the user presses a key, what component is associated with the key event that is generated? A GUI uses the idea of input focus to determine the component associated with keyboard events. At any given time, exactly one interface element on the screen has the input focus, and that is where all keyboard events are directed. If the interface element happens to be a Java component, then the information about the keyboard event becomes a Java object of type KeyEvent , and it is delivered to any listener objects that are listening for KeyEvents associated with that component. The necessity of managing input focus adds an extra twist to working with keyboard events in Java. It's a good idea to give the user some visual feedback about which component has the input focus. For example, if the component is the typing area of a word-processor, the feedback is usually in the form of a blinking text cursor. Another common visual clue is to draw a brightly colored border around the edge of a component when it has the input focus, as I do in the sample applet later on this page. A component that wants to have the input focus can call the method , which is defined in the Component class. Calling this method does not absolutely guarantee that the component will actually get the input focus. Several components might request the focus; only one will get it. This method should only be used in certain circumstances in any case, since it can be a rude surprise to the user to have the focus suddenly pulled away from a component that the user is working with. In a typical user interface, the user can choose to give the focus to a component by clicking on that component with the mouse. And pressing the tab key will often move the focus from one component to another.
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