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Thread: Quick question with JButton.

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    Default Quick question with JButton.

    I have a small JButton window that pops up at a certain moment in my program. How do I make it so that the small window closes automatically after I click any of the two JButtons in it?

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    Default Re: Quick question with JButton.

    What is a "JButton window"? It sounds like you're showing a dialog window of some type, say a JDialog or JOptionPane, and you can make it close by calling setVisible(false) or dispose() on the dialog.

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