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Thread: how to separate this code in another class

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    Default how to separate this code in another class

    Hello every one i have a simple problem here i want to separate this code so that my code will become more easy to read. im using netbeans hear is my code

    public class NewJFrame extends javax.swing.JFrame{
    boolean logstart = false;
        public NewJFrame() throws IOException {
          initComponents();
    // it is hard to develop application if the code are long so i want to separate this to another //external class plss help...
    //Start here  ----------------------------------------
           setContentPane(jPanel1);
            try{
           int x = Integer.parseInt(new propAct().readSetting("locatefx"));
           int y = Integer.parseInt(new propAct().readSetting("locatefy"));
           String auto = new propAct().readSetting("auto");
           if(auto.equals("true")){
               automaticsignin.setSelected(true);
              String user =  new propAct().readSetting("pu")
             ,pass = new propAct().readSetting("wp");
              String usnam_decrypt = new cryptobrk().decrypt(user),
              pass_decrypt = new cryptobrk().decrypt(pass);
              System.out.println(usnam_decrypt);
              System.out.println(pass_decrypt);
           }
          String user =  new propAct().readSetting("pu");
           String usnam_decrypt = new cryptobrk().decrypt(user);
           jTextField1.setText(usnam_decrypt);
           setLocation(x,y);
            }catch(Exception e){
            new propAct().newSetting("pu", "");
            new propAct().newSetting("wp", "");
            }
    //End here ----------------------------------------------------------------
        }
        @SuppressWarnings("unchecked")
      //Generated Code

    Note i mean that i want to separate the code into another java file. from NewJFrame.java to initialize.java


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    Default Re: how to separate this code in another class

    Have you ever used multiple classes before? Here is a quick example:

    public class Class1 {
    	/**
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    	public static void main(String[] args) {
     
    		Class2 c2 = new Class2();
     
    		System.out.println("Hello, my name is " + c2.name);
    		System.out.println("My favourite number is " + c2.myInt);
     
    		c2.link();
     
    	}
    }

    public class Class2 {
     
    	int myInt = 420;
    	String name = "Mary";
     
    	static void link(){
    		System.out.println("JavaProgrammingForums.com");
    	}
    }

    Output:
    Hello, my name is Mary
    My favourite number is 420
    JavaProgrammingForums.com
    I know this is a very basic example but using this you should be able to work out how to move forward..
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    Default Re: how to separate this code in another class

    Wow this is very good sample thanks

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