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Thread: Form in Swing

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    Hi,
    I have created one form in swing using netbean. I am stuck with the address field in the form, as I am not able to use enter keyword in the address textfield to write the next line of address.

    Any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks!!!


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    Default Re: Form in Swing

    JTextFields only have a single line of text. Are you looking for a JTextArea instead?

    Also, I highly suggest you ditch the GUI builder until you have a better understanding of what it's doing under the hood.
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    ohh...thanks.....i will use textarea then

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