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Thread: Linking Button with the text field

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    Question Linking Button with the text field

    I want to enter the value corresponding to a button in the already created text field like that in a calculator, when we add 1 it shows 1. How to do this??


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    Default Re: Linking Button with the text field

    Add a listener to the button. In the listener get the value to add from the button that was pressed and add it to the textfield.
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