Using the GridBagLayout in AWT

GridBagLayout is quite different and quite similar to FlowLayout, but with a difference in the position.
import java.awt.*;
class GridBagDemo extends Frame
{
Button b1;
Choice c1;
   
    public GridBagDemo()
    {
   
    // Set the frame properties
    setTitle("GridBagLayout Demo");
    setSize(400,400);
    setLayout(new GridBagLayout());
    setLocationRelativeTo(null);
    setVisible(true);
   
    // Create button
    b1=new Button(" Buy");
   
    // Create choice
    c1=new Choice();
   
    // Add items
    c1.add("Apple");
    c1.add("Mango");
    c1.add("Orange");
    c1.add("Guava");
   
    // Add choice
    add(c1);
   
    // Add button
    add(b1);
    }
    public static void main(String args[])
    {
    new GridBagDemo();
    }
}
GridBagDemo() : Code illustrating GridBagLayout is written here
new GridBagDemo() : Create the object for the class GridBagDemo

 


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