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Thread: Java Swing :Back Button from one form to another form

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    Default Java Swing :Back Button from one form to another form

    Hi everyone,
    i have a form called loginform.java .when i login,the form gets logged in and it gets into the page MainForm(MainForm.java).
    In Mainform if i click the Back button,loginform should have to open.(this has to be done in Swing( core java))


    i created another instance in Mainform.java for loginform.java.
    when i click the back button in Mainform.java ,another loginform gets opened.
    So two loginform gets opened seperately.

    So give some idea to code this issue.


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    Default Re: Java Swing :Back Button from one form to another form

    Hello srinivasan_253642.

    Please try doing a search on the forums. I'm sure this has been answered before.
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