[ajug-members] Simple Sample Project
marlene.jaeckel at gmail.com
Wed Feb 11 16:46:17 EST 2009
You can't generalize that. Main is not a class, it's a method. As
such, there's no rule that says it has to be called by the GUI.
FWIW, you'll definitely have to spend more time reviewing the concepts
of object-oriented programming if you are serious about wanting to
become a Java developer. I get the impression that you think of
objects as independent little units performing all sorts of actions,
and needless to say, that is incorrect.
On Wed, Feb 11, 2009 at 3:37 PM, 521 <521 at ofig.org> wrote:
> good idea marlene also, that sun example with the celcius converter shows the
> jframe as entry-point, i guess gui/ide stuff, the main class is often the
> frame/window/container/blah and is where the main (no pun) "objects"
> (the 'main' point of the program in the first place) do-what-they-do...
> sense for the most part
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