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What is JFC?



Posted By: Avi Date: 7 November 2010 08:13:03 AM
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JFC ( Java Foundation Classes) are a set of Java class libraries provided as part of J2SE to support building graphics user interface (GUI) and graphics functionality for client applications that will run on popular platforms such as Microsoft Windows, Linux, and Mac OSX.


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Date: 7 November 2010 08:13:03 AM
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