Finally we get to learn how to make a GUIVideo Rating: 4 / 5
yes, people need gui?
happy 50th tutorial ?
I? think I found the reason. Static methods can be invoked directly from the class name, correct?
Hey Bucky, thanks for the tutorials, they are great stuff. I have a quick question though. Why does the JOptionPane not? need to be declared like, say, a scanner would? For instance, you have to say Scanner input = new Scanner();, but the JOptionPane class already seems to be named “JOptionPane” I am just confused by the difference. Thanks.
I like how this video has twice the views as? the last video…
Pane reminds me? of Bane …
Fap! Fap!? for 2013 XD …
What if someone made a program in 1984 to post a comment of youtube today?
Whoa, it’d be like that story? of a letter issued to be delivered years after it was mailed. Freaky. Improbable, but freaky. -February 13, 2005
I’m from the future!? Thumbs up for 2018!
Thumbs up for 2014?
Thumbs up with you’re? watching this in 2008.
Maybe by 2013 people will start making sense, but that’s far in? the future.
It sounds like you don’t have a “main” method.?
Thumbs up for 2013!
ya guys cmon its? 2009
Finally, we can? make a small program, after all those tutorial. Finally
*thumbs up anyway*?
THUMBS UP FOR 2013!?
i still get an error that says
Error: Main method not found in class test, please define the main method as:
public static void main(String? args)
i dont get it pls help
Thumbs up for 2013, stupid? 2012
GUI!!? IM HERE!!!
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