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change code to work with buttons instead of checkboxs

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How would this code be modified to work with buttons instead of checkboxs?



public class CheckBoxesToAudioFiles {
Map checkToAudio;

public CheckBoxesToAudioFiles {
checkToAudio = new HashMap();
}

public void mapCheckboxToAudioFile(JCheckbox cb, AudioFile af) {
checkToAudio.put(cb, af);
}

public AudioFile getAudioFileForCheckbox(JCheckbox cb) {
(AudioFile)return checkToAudio.get(cb);
}

}

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I've re-named some things :

public class ButtonsToAudioFiles {
  Map checkToAudio;

  public ButtonsToAudioFiles {
  checkToAudio = new HashMap();
  }

  public void mapCheckboxToAudioFile(JButton cb, AudioFile af) {
  checkToAudio.put(cb, af);
  }

  public AudioFile getAudioFileForCheckbox(JButton cb) {
  (AudioFile)return checkToAudio.get(cb);
  }
}

Hope that helps . . .
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Thanks for the help
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Always glad to help . . .
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