In this article we shall be explaining the code to display moving text in Java. To print the string in the window we will use the drawString() method from java.awt package. The drawString method takes three arguments :
drawString(string, x, y)
- string : This parameter takes the string to be displayed.
- x : This parameters takes the x co-ordinates where the string will be displayedon the screen.
- y : This parameter takes the y co-ordinates where the string will be displayed
on the screen.
We will be printing the string at (x, y) co-ordinates and then update the x co-ordinate and then repaint the screen again.
Note: The above function are a part of java.awt package and belongs to java.awt.Graphics class. Also, these codes might not run in an online compiler please use an offline compiler. The x and y coordinates can be changed by the programmer according to their need.
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