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Indeterminate mode: Progress bar bounces back and forth from side to side

Using an Indeterminate JProgressBar
import java.awt.BorderLayout;

import javax.swing.JFrame;
import javax.swing.JProgressBar;

public class ProgressBarStepIndeterminate {

  public static void main(String args[]) {
    JFrame frame = new JFrame("Stepping Progress");
    final JProgressBar aJProgressBar = new JProgressBar(JProgressBar.VERTICAL);

    frame.add(aJProgressBar, BorderLayout.NORTH);
    frame.setSize(300, 200);

14.32.2.Creating a JProgressBar Component with an Unknown Maximum
14.32.3.A progress bar is used for lengthy tasks.
14.32.4.Labeling a JProgressBarLabeling a JProgressBar
14.32.5.Virtical JProgressBarVirtical JProgressBar
14.32.6.Creating a modal progress dialog
14.32.7.Set all the values at once by using the model
14.32.8.Using an Indeterminate JProgressBarUsing an Indeterminate JProgressBar
14.32.9.Displaying the Percentage Done on a JProgressBar Component
14.32.10.Getting and Setting the Values of a JProgressBar Component
14.32.11.Listening for Value Changes in a JProgressBar Component
14.32.12.Handling JProgressBar Events: notification of data model changes through a ChangeListenerHandling JProgressBar Events: notification of data model changes through a ChangeListener
14.32.13.ProgressBar and Task
14.32.14.SwingWorker and ProgressBar
14.32.15.Customizing JProgressBar Look and Feel