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Can anyone tell me how to use the TextBox to read in numbers? Also how can I hide Labels until there needed?
TIA Matt Lesko
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go take a look at the number handling routines in the JDK package, eg. java.lang.Integer and look at the APIs available

using the Constructor
Integer intNum = new Integer(String number_you_want_to_convert);

or to use the API directly
Integer the_answer = Integer.getInteger(String number_you_want_to_convert);

or
int the_answer = Integer.parseInt(String number_you_want_to_convert);

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Label labeltest = new Label("Test");
labeltest.setVisible(false);

set the setVisible() to false to hide it setVisible(true) to show it
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