In most cases, we look forward to seeing objects organized and well arranged, especially when we want efficiency
while using them. In the case of object nodes of JavaFX GridPane, there will always be a need to make these objects look smart and organized.
Example: Let us see these four buttons on GridPane
You may need to add some spacing between buttons to make things look nice.
Adding space between columns of the Gridpane: gridpane.setHgap(5) // set gap in pixels Adding space between rows of the Gridpane: gridpane.setVgap(5) // set gap in pixels
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