This is a simple example of a stand-alone windowed application; when started, it displays a 'frame window' in the middle of the desktop with two buttons; pressing a button fills the window with the selected color. This example assumes that Java 1.1 is available: it uses dependent (inner) classes and the Java 1.1 event model.
Here's the source, as a plain ASCII file.
To run the program, create or copy the 'Buttons.nrx' file (note the first letter is a capital letter), and then enter the commands:
java COM.ibm.netrexx.process.NetRexxC Buttons java ButtonsIf you are using OS/2 or Windows, or other systems where a NetRexxC command is provided, you can use the single command
netrexxc -run Buttonsto do this. This command would:
For a more sophisticated application, with a menu bar, multiple threads, and so on, see the Pinger example.