Move Line in Java using Swing Components, JPanel, JFrame and Graphics

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Move Line in java using swing components, JPanel,JFrame and Graphics.

This is a Java small program that I created on jGRASP but it is possible
to open it on Notepad++, notepad, jCreator and other softwares for java.

Move Line either left or right by clicking on the respective button or
direction key on keyboard. The display consists of two JPanels in a JFrame,
arranged using BorderLayout. The top panel is used for custom painting;
the bottom panel holds two JButtons arranged using FlowLayout.

Buttons
1. Left Button
2. Right Button.

All these buttons are working correct what you must do just download
the file and debug it on your computer. It a simple program.

If you have any problem contact me on my email address:[email protected] /[email protected]
or Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/mzwenhlanhla.dlamini


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