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    Design a GUI application that repeatedly accepts numbers in a option pane and once the typed number is 0 the maximum and minimum of all numbers typed are displayed.


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    Default Re: Help mewrite this code...

    Welcome to the forum! Please read this topic to learn how to post code in code or highlight tags and other useful info for new members.

    Get started, post your code when you need help, ask specific questions. Beyond writing it for you, which we won't do, what help do you need?

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    Default Re: Help mewrite this code...

    Are you sure the program is supposed to use a GUI AND a JOptionPane?
    What is the GUI for? What will be shown there vs in a JOptionPane?
    If you don't understand my answer, don't ignore it, ask a question.

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    Yes... I need to type the code in java and so I insisted for GUI application. Its a part of my academics... GUI is an interface which we use to create programs in java and I use Net beans IDE for this purpose... The numbers which we type in JOptionPane should be displayed in a jTextField .

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    Quote Originally Posted by madhu_gml View Post
    Yes... I need to type the code in java and so I insisted for GUI application. Its a part of my academics... GUI is an interface which we use to create programs in java and I use Net beans IDE for this purpose... The numbers which we type in JOptionPane should be displayed in a jTextField .
    Break the problem down first before writing the actual Java source code.

    What will you need? Well, if it has to repeat , what logical control statement could you use to handle the
    user input?
    Should it have a terminating condition? If so - should it be counter or sentinel controlled?

    When you know these, you can start planning your program in steps. Some to think about:

    1. Do you know how to access the JOptionPane via your IDE?
    2. Do you know how to implement a text box that will print a string?
    3. Do you know how to read input from the user into a Input stream using Swing implementations?

    If you can do all the above - you can solve this problem. Take it one step at a time - and ask if you get stuck.

    Wishes Ada xx
    Last edited by Ada Lovelace; May 27th, 2014 at 02:43 AM. Reason: Fixed grammar errors
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