I need urgently your help. Anyone can help how to Write a Java GUI program that accepts three user inputs (use text fields) with three check boxes. The check boxes determine whether the area, circumference and/or the volume of a circle/sphere is/are calculated. If only one check box is selected, your program should calculate and display only the area of the circle based on the 2 user inputs. If two check boxes are selected, your program shall calculate and display both the area and circumference, while selecting all three check boxes calculate and display the area, circumference and volume of the circle.

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Well said. Maybe we should use this as a boilerplate response to homework. :)
import java.awt.*;
    import java.text.*;
    import javax.swing.*;
    import java.awt.event.*;

    public class CircleGUI extends JFrame {
        double clx = 0.0, cly = 0.0, circumrx = 0.0, circumry = 0.0; 
        ButtonHandler buttonHandler;
        JLabel lClx, lCly, lCircumrx, lCircumry, lRadius, lArea, lCircumference;
        JTextField tClx, tCly, tCircumrx, tCircumry, tRadius, tArea, tCircumference;
        JButton bReset, bCompute;
        Container c;
        JPanel pNorth, pWest, pCenter, pSouth;
        public CircleGUI(){
            lClx = new JLabel("Center X");
            lCly = new JLabel("Center Y");
            lCircumrx = new JLabel("Circumference X");
            lCircumry = new JLabel("Circumference Y");
            lRadius = new JLabel("Radius");
            lArea = new JLabel("Area");
            lCircumference = new JLabel("Circumference");
            tClx = new JTextField();
            tCly = new JTextField();
            tCircumrx = new JTextField();
            tCircumry = new JTextField();
            tRadius = new JTextField();
            tArea = new JTextField();
            tCircumference= new JTextField();
            bReset = new JButton("Reset");
            bCompute = new JButton("Compute");
            pNorth = new JPanel();
            pWest = new JPanel();
            pCenter = new JPanel();
            pSouth = new JPanel();
            c = getContentPane();

            c.setLayout(new BorderLayout());
            pNorth.setLayout(new GridLayout(2,4));
            pWest.setLayout(new GridLayout(4,2));
            pCenter.setLayout(new GridLayout(4,2));
            pSouth.setLayout(new GridLayout(1,2));

            c.add(pNorth, BorderLayout.NORTH);
            c.add(pWest, BorderLayout.WEST);
            c.add(pCenter, BorderLayout.CENTER);
            c.add(pSouth, BorderLayout.SOUTH);

            pNorth.add(lClx);
            pNorth.add(tClx);
            pNorth.add(lCly);
            pNorth.add(tCly);
            pNorth.add(lCircumrx);
            pNorth.add(tCircumrx);
            pNorth.add(lCircumry);
            pNorth.add(tCircumry);
            pWest.add(lRadius);
            pWest.add(lArea);
            pWest.add(lCircumference);
            pCenter.add(tRadius);
            pCenter.add(tArea);
            pCenter.add(tCircumference);
            pSouth.add(bReset);
            pSouth.add(bCompute);

            buttonHandler = new ButtonHandler();
            bReset.addActionListener(buttonHandler);
            bCompute.addActionListener(buttonHandler);
            setSize(400, 200);
            setLocation(100, 100);
            setResizable(false);
            setTitle("Circle GUI");
            setDefaultCloseOperation(JFrame.EXIT_ON_CLOSE);
            setVisible(true);
        }
private class ButtonHandler implements ActionListener {
            public void actionPerformed(ActionEvent ae) {
                if (ae.getSource().equals(bCompute)) {
                    try {
                        DecimalFormat df=new DecimalFormat("##.##");
                        clx = Double.parseDouble(tClx.getText());
                        cly = Double.parseDouble(tCly.getText());
                        circumrx = Double.parseDouble(tCircumrx.getText());
                        circumry = Double.parseDouble(tCircumry.getText());
                        double p1=circumrx-clx;
                        double p2=circumry-cly;
                        double pp1=p1*p1;
                        double pp2=p2*p2;
                        double s=pp1+pp2;
                        double radius=Math.sqrt(s);
                        double area=3.14*radius*radius;
                        double circumference=2*3.14*radius;
                        tRadius.setText(df.format(radius));
                        tArea.setText(df.format(area));
                        tCircumference.setText(df.format(circumference));
                    }
                    catch (Exception e) {
                        JOptionPane.showMessageDialog(null, "Fix your input");
                        return;
                    }
                }
                else {
                    tClx.setText("");
                    tCly.setText("");
                    tCircumrx.setText("");
                    tCircumry.setText("");
                    tRadius.setText("");
                    tArea.setText("");
                    tCircumference.setText("");
                }
            }
        }
        public static void main(String[] args) {
            CircleGUI newApp = new CircleGUI();
        }
    }

yes, my problem is how to Write a Java GUI program that accepts three user inputs (use text fields) with three check boxes. The check boxes determine whether the area, circumference and/or the volume of a circle/sphere is/are calculated. If only one check box is selected, your program should calculate and display only the area of the circle based on the 2 user inputs. If two check boxes are selected, your program shall calculate and display both the area and circumference, while selecting all three check boxes calculate and display the area, circumference and volume of the circle.

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