An other problem with my JDialogBox (ChoiceBox)
I've a problem with my ChoiceBox (JDialogBox);
my ChoiceBox is made of some label for the messages and two buttons: YES and NO;
Now, I want to know if I can use this for various action like cancel,save,exit;
or must I create a single ChoiceBox for each action in which I want to use it?
I had thinked to pass to the choiceBox constructor a parameter to describe the action to do;
so in the YES button method, with an if-else construct I could choose the action to do;
But some action are more complex so that it doesn't seem the best solution.
Can I do something with wait() method...?
Thank and excuse me for my poor english.
I don't know what you're thinking about with the wait() method as it's got nothing to do with this, it's to do with inter-thread communication.
I think there's part of the Java libraries that you haven't discovered. There are several static methods on the 'javax.swing.JOptionPane' class which can be used to activate simple dialog boxes:
showConfirmDialog Asks a confirming question, like yes/no/cancel.
showInputDialog Prompt for some input.
showMessageDialog Tell the user about something that has happened.
showOptionDialog The Grand Unification of the above three.
In this case I think you could use showConfirmDialog(...).
(Further details may be found at http://java.sun.com/products/jdk/1.2...ptionPane.html)
Thank you very much Arch..
I didn't have never used JOptionPane.
in a few code line I've solve all my problems.
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