Double-buffering is the process of drawing graphics into an off-screen image buffer and then copying the contents of the buffer to the screen all at once. For complex graphics, using double-buffering can reduce flickering. Swing automatically supports double-buffering for all of its components. To enable it, simply call the setDoubleBuffered() method (inherited from JComponent) to set the doubleBuffered property to true for any components that should use double-buffered drawing.
What is double-buffering
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