Java Program to Create a Calculator Using AWT Controls2 min read

Today in this java programming we will learn a Java Program to Create a Calculator Using AWT Controls(Abstract Window Toolkit). This will be a basic calculator with a user interface. The AWT components we will be using are Textfields, Buttons, and labels.

As we know a simple calculator requires two fields for input and one field to show the result of the operation performed on those two operands.

Program to create Calculator in Java using AWT

Source Code:

Output: Save the file with .java extension and open the command prompt on that directory and run the following code.

C:\java>java Calculator

You will see the following result:

This is the end of the article Simple calculator program in java using AWT with output.
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