Held Wednesday, February 10
Many of you indicated that you preferred that I read nicely written lecture notes than that I employ my normal hyper-kinetic ``whatever comes to mind'' style. Hence, today I will simply read aloud, rather than lecture, discuss, and lead recitation.
Our topic for today is Java's Abstract Windowing Toolkit, also known as the ``AWT''. Using the AWT, you can build interesting and useful graphical applications with all the conveniences of modern GUI (``graphical user interface'', often pronounced ``gooey'') applications, including buttons, menus, windows.
Yes, my attempt to use this teaching style is intended as a joke. Do the lab. Pick whichever sections seem most interesting. We'll break about fifteen minutes before the end of class to discuss what we've learned (or to decide to do fifteen more minutes of work). Everything you need to know about the AWT is in the lab.
Do whichever problems seem most interesting. (Hopefully, you will have read the lab in advance.)
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This page may be found at http://www.math.grin.edu/~rebelsky/Courses/CS152/99S/Outlines/outline.11.html
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