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  1. Re: Continuing to create an object with the press of a button.

    Sure, here is an exert from the assignment: "Note from the use case that our goal is to store the Student objects. Therefore, your Student class should contain an array responsible for storing...
  2. Re: Continuing to create an object with the press of a button.

    Okay i've made progress on my question but the final piece I need help with. I need to create an array in the Student class with a static variable that keeps track of how many times the Student form...
  3. Re: Continuing to create an object with the press of a button.

    Here is the button event within my GUI class and my complete Student class.

    private class ButtonListener implements ActionListener{
    public void actionPerformed(ActionEvent event) {
    ...
  4. Continuing to create an object with the press of a button.

    The current project I am working on involves two classes. A student class and a GUI class. We will use the GUI class to continue to make the Student object. The Student class contains major, name,...
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    Re: Need help calling methods in a GUI

    So now I can get the textArea to print using the toString(), but I just can't seem to figure out how to grab the text from the textFields and display that as well. The first part is just what i've...
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    Re: Need help calling methods in a GUI

    Well what I'm trying to do is get the Dog class to gather the input from the textfield's in the GUI class and then output it to the textArea in the GUI class using the toString method. I attempted to...
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    Need help calling methods in a GUI

    First: here are the instructions I have been given.

    "As you can see, this GUI shall have three labels, three text fields, a text area, and a single button. Upon entering text, and pressing the...
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