Font

You can easily change the font of JLabels. Simply use the following code lbl.setFont(new Font(< font name> , < font name> is the name of the font, such as Times New Roman or Arial. < font type> give you options bold, underlined, etc. To select the type, enter Font. When you type the period, options pop-up. Choose one of the uppercase choices, such as BOLD or NORMAL.

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This is an add-on to Virtual Game Library. In the previous program, the games in the library had to be hard-coded in. Now you can add new games without having to alter the code. ArrayLists java.util. must be imported ArrayLists hold classes also known as objects . Yes this is the same as the class you create when you make a program in the code public class . For now, however, you'll use premade classes. Remember when you used Integer.parseInt and Double.parseDouble Well, Double and Integer are...