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<title>Creating Your Own Widgets using SWT</title>
<date>March 22, 2001</date>
<category>User interface</category>
<name>Steve Northover</name>
<name>Carolyn MacLeod</name>
When writing applications, you typically use the standard
widgets provided by SWT. On occasion, you will need to create
your own custom widgets. For example, you might want to add a
new type of widget not provided by the standard widgets, or
extend the functionality of an existing widget. This article
explains the different SWT extension strategies and shows you
how to use them.