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sharing private members for two tabs

Posted on 2004-04-02
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hi!

I have JTabbedpane with 6 tabs and two of them, I am sharing same labels, testfields, checkbox and button as private members. I also use same actionPerformed(ActionEvent e) for two tabs; however, one of checkbox's behavior works from one tab and the other doesn't work.

Is it because I am sharing private members for those tabs?
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Make sure the checkbox really is shared
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warturtle earned 50 total points
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Hi,

In case, you are interested in sharing behaviour, then do this:

private static JCheckBox check ;

Declare them static, in this way, they will share the behaviour, and hopefully, this should resolve the problem.

Best Regards,

Warturtle
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