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Example needed using JToggleButton

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I'm just starting using some of the Swing components and I was wondering how do I use the JToggleButton.  I'd like to have the button "toggle" between two icons.  Can anyone give me an example of how to do this?

Thanks in advance.
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If you have two GIFs and want one used when the button
is selected and the other used when it is not:

JToggleButton b = new JToggleButton( "text" );
b.setIcon( new ImageIcon( "up.gif" ) );
b.setSelectedIcon( new ImageIcon( "down.gif" ) );

Or, you can pass the "up.gif" icon to the constructor instead
of calling setIcon().
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