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14.9. Summary

This chapter described the abstract class Dialog and the subclasses MessageBox, FileDialog, DirectoryDialog, ColorDialog, and FontDialog. Using these classes in your program rather than “rolling your own” gives your application polish and slick platform integration. Between operating system releases, native dialogs traditionally change. Dialogs, like the rest of SWT, are implemented using operation system facilities, ensuring that your application remains consistent with other programs on the desktop.


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