Use FlowLayout to hold checkBox, Label and TextField : FlowLayout « Swing « Java Tutorial





import java.awt.Button;
import java.awt.Checkbox;
import java.awt.FlowLayout;
import java.awt.Frame;
import java.awt.Label;
import java.awt.List;
import java.awt.TextField;

public class Main {
  public static void main(String[] args) {
    Frame f = new Frame("FlowLayout demo");
    f.setLayout(new FlowLayout());
    f.add(new Button("Red"));
    f.add(new Button("Blue"));
    f.add(new Button("White"));
    List list = new List();
    for (int i = 0; i < args.length; i++) {
      list.add(args[i]);
    }
    f.add(list);
    f.add(new Checkbox("Pick me", true));
    f.add(new Label("Enter name here:"));
    f.add(new TextField(20));
    f.pack();
    f.setVisible(true);
  }
}










14.89.FlowLayout
14.89.1.Laying Out Components in a Flow (Left-to-Right, Top-to-Bottom)
14.89.2.Three constructors available for the FlowLayout manager.
14.89.3.Layout manager
14.89.4.FlowLayout: the default layout manager for a JPanel.
14.89.5.FlowLayout BehaviorFlowLayout Behavior
14.89.6.Using FlowLayoutUsing FlowLayout
14.89.7.Changing the GapChanging the Gap
14.89.8.Setting the gaps between components and rows explicitly by calling the setHgap()Setting the gaps between components and rows explicitly by calling the setHgap()
14.89.9.Demonstrates how to fix common alignment problemsDemonstrates how to fix common alignment problems
14.89.10.Use FlowLayout to hold checkBox, Label and TextField