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• JList provides a scrollable set of items from which one or more may be selected. JList can be populated from an Array or Vector. JList does not support scrolling directly, instead, the list must be associated with a scrollpane. The view port used by the scroll pane can also have a user-defined border. JList actions are handled using ListSelectionListener.
• JTabbedPane contains a tab that can have a tool tip and a mnemonic, and it can display both text and an image.
• JToolbar contains a number of components whose type is usually some kind of button which can also include separators to group related components within the toolbar.

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