JTextField textField = new JTextField(); textField.setText("Hello World!"); textField.setForeground(Color.RED);
JTextField textField = new JTextField(); textField.setText("Enter your name here"); textField.setForeground(new Color(51, 153, 255));In this example, a new JTextField object is created and the text "Enter your name here" is set as the content of the text field. The setForeground method is called with a custom color that is represented by the RGB values (51, 153, 255). This creates a blue color for the text. Overall, the setForeground method is useful for customizing the appearance of text in a JTextField object.