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    Exclamation Need help in Jforms...

    Hi.. I'm new to the world of programming and I have started with java. I have been practicing with netbeans IDE. My problem is that i'm trying to switch between 2 forms. I have created 2 forms under one project name. If i click on a button in one window, i need it to open the other form. Please help me with this. I'm very new to programming and so please forgive my lame and non technical language.

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    Default Re: Need help in Jforms...

    If you are that new to this and using a GUI builder, I would recommend attempting to build the GUI from scratch (or at least understand what it is doing). I say this not to torture you, but this is the very reason why GUI builders can throw newcomers off track - it forgoes proper education...education which would enable you to do things beyond the editor, debug, maintain code, customize, read someone else's code, and last but not least get the help you need, because I for one have a lot of experience doing this but cannot give you any more advice towards solving your problem based upon a picture.
    See Trail: Creating a GUI With JFC/Swing (The Java™ Tutorials)

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    Quote Originally Posted by copeg View Post
    If you are that new to this and using a GUI builder, I would recommend attempting to build the GUI from scratch (or at least understand what it is doing). I say this not to torture you, but this is the very reason why GUI builders can throw newcomers off track - it forgoes proper education...education which would enable you to do things beyond the editor, debug, maintain code, customize, read someone else's code, and last but not least get the help you need, because I for one have a lot of experience doing this but cannot give you any more advice towards solving your problem based upon a picture.
    See Trail: Creating a GUI With JFC/Swing (The Java™ Tutorials)
    Thanks a lot copeg. I expected this reply coz i went thru a number of other posts and most freshers get this reply. I understand the importance of programming from scratch. I will start from scratch as u said. Please do help me in future also..

    Thank you once again.