} I tried to create a form and a JTextField on it. But the problem is, my location and size doesn’t work. The TextField is filling the whole form. How can I fix it? Answer The size is not “working” due to the default layout (FlowLayout) in your JFrame. This layout doesn’t let you change the size or location of
I am currently analyzing firmware images which contain many different sections, one of which is a GZIP section. I am able to know the location of the start of the GZIP section using magic number and the GZIPInputStream in Java. However, I need to know the compressed size of the gzip section. GZIPInputStream would return me the uncompressed file size.
We have a Swing app that processes relatively large amounts of data. For instance we currently process CSV files with millions of rows of data. For the reasons of performance and simplicity we just keep all of the data in memory. However different users will have different amounts of data they need to process as well as different amounts of
My current situation is: I have to read a file and put the contents into InputStream. Afterwards I need to place the contents of the InputStream into a byte array which requires (as far as I know) the …