Make List Scroll to latest added item

public class udpClient extends Applet {
      Label lblCommon =  new Label("Text Here");
      Panel pTop = new Panel();
      Button bEnter = new Button("Enter");
      TextField txtChat      = new TextField(20);
      List lst = new List(4, false);
      public void init() {
            class BL implements ActionListener {
                  public void actionPerformed(ActionEvent e){
            BL a = new BL();
          setLayout(new BorderLayout());
          add(pTop,BorderLayout.NORTH) ;
          add(lst,  BorderLayout.CENTER);

heres my simple example.. somehow i cantt make the list box scroll to the most recent added item... there were no errors reported on my coding..
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lst.makeVisible(lst.getItemCount() - 1);
.. and delete the other question ...
I used the select method in the class List.

use (li.countItems()-1);
or (li.getItemCount ()-1);

to select the last item added.

Best of Luck

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