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Thread: array of type JButton

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    Default array of type JButton

    how to take existing text in the JButton is stored in an array of type JButton?
    I've tried the following ways but can not

    public JButton b[]={null,k1,k2,k3,k4,k5,k6,k7,k8,kk};
    System.out.println("isi tujuan = "+b[5].getText());


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    Default Re: array of type JButton

    re-check in code that you have set the text for JButton in Swing .............

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