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A Simple BoxLayout Test
import java.awt.Container;

import javax.swing.BoxLayout;
import javax.swing.JButton;
import javax.swing.JFrame;

public class BoxLayoutYAXISTest {

  public static void main(String[] args) {
    JFrame f = new JFrame("Vertical BoxLayout-managed container");
    Container pane = f.getContentPane();
    pane.setLayout(new BoxLayout(pane, BoxLayout.Y_AXIS));
    for (float align = 0.0f; align <= 1.0f; align += 0.25f) {
      JButton button = new JButton("X Alignment = " + align);
    f.setSize(400, 300);


14.87.1.Using a BoxLayout ManagerUsing a BoxLayout Manager
14.87.2.Creating a BoxLayoutCreating a BoxLayout
14.87.3.A Simple BoxLayout TestA Simple BoxLayout Test
14.87.4.Struts and GlueStruts and Glue
14.87.5.Y-Axis AlignmentY-Axis Alignment
14.87.6.X-Axis AlignmentX-Axis Alignment
14.87.7.Drawing Borders Within a BoxLayout-Managed ContainerDrawing Borders Within a BoxLayout-Managed Container
14.87.8.Separating Components in a Row or Column
14.87.9.Glue spreads the components as far apart as possible.
14.87.10.Strut spreads the components apart by a fixed distance
14.87.11.Laying Out Components in a Row or Column
14.87.12.A vertical box container arranges the components top-to-bottom aligned in their preferred sizes.
14.87.13.Vertical BoxLayout-managed container
14.87.14.Align your components in horizontal or vertical layout
14.87.15.BoxLayout: set a rigid area among our components.