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Thread: Problem with swing-buttons

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    Default Problem with swing-buttons

    Hi! I'm having some problems with a program i'm writing, the problem i'm facing is that i've created a few buttons using swing. But when I press the buttons nothing happens except for one button. For example, i've created two buttons, one is "Draw a card" and another is "Stop" and "Exit to OS", but Draw a card and Stop does not work but Exit to OS does. I don't understand why, any help would be appreciated
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    Default Re: Problem with swing-buttons

    If you want help, you'll have to provide a short (fits in one file), self-contained (we can copy it, paste it into a text file, compile it, and run it without making any changes to anything), compilable example- also known as an SSCCE. You have way too much extra stuff for people to wade through.

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    Default Re: Problem with swing-buttons

    Please use highlight tags instead of code tags.

    I've also moved this thread to the correct forum - AWT / Java Swing - Java Programming Forums
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    Default Re: Problem with swing-buttons

    I'm taking a look at this but I can't get the code to compile.

    See if this link helps you move forward - http://www.javaprogrammingforums.com...ava-swing.html
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    Default Re: Problem with swing-buttons

    I've solved the problem, thank you very much for the respons!
    Last edited by Minken; October 14th, 2010 at 12:17 PM.

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    Default Re: Problem with swing-buttons

    No problem.

    What was your solution in the end? Did you adopt a new method or find the errors in your original code?
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    Default Re: Problem with swing-buttons

    hai I want to know about how to add status bar in textarea

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    Default Re: Problem with swing-buttons

    Quote Originally Posted by arunamathi View Post
    hai I want to know about how to add status bar in textarea
    So start your own thread, they're free. Why try to hijack a thread with an unrelated question?

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    Default Re: Problem with swing-buttons

    Quote Originally Posted by Darryl.Burke View Post
    So start your own thread, they're free. Why try to hijack a thread with an unrelated question?

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