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Thread: Hello Java

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    Default Hello Java

    Hey JavaWorld!!


    Trying to determine if it is even possible to have a JTextfield remember a userinput. For example, my wife uses my program and she is tried of typing the same repetitive data, and she would like to know as I would is it at all possible to have like an Auto Fill option in the field itself?For instance, after she enters the data in she can press the first letter of a word she has already typed, and she then get click it and have it auto filled in. Or does anyone have any other practical solutions?


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    Default Re: Hello Java

    have a JTextfield remember a userinput.
    One way would be to write the data to a disk file. When the program starts, it could read the disk file and fill in the textfield. The Properties class could be used.

    Don't know about an AutoFill / "guess what the input could be" feature. Try asking Google.
    If you don't understand my answer, don't ignore it, ask a question.