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<title>Understanding Layouts in SWT</title>
<date>March 22, 2001</date>
<category>User interface</category>
<name>Carolyn MacLeod</name>
When writing applications in SWT, you may need to use layouts to
give your windows a specific look. A layout controls the
position and size of children in a Composite. Layout classes are
subclasses of the abstract class Layout. This article shows you
how to work with standard layouts, and write your own custom
layout class.