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changing a for statement from checkboxs to buttons

Posted on 2004-04-10
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How could this be modified to work with buttons instead of checkboxs?


for(int i = 0; i < checkboxes.length; i++) {
     checkboxes[i].setName("kp" + (i + 1));
     checkboxes[i].setActionCommand("kp" + (i + 1) + ".wav");
     choices.add(checkboxes[i]);//go through checkboxs and add them to choices
}


Would it be this

for(int i = 0; i < buttons.length; i++) {
     buttons[i].setName("kp" + (i + 1));
     buttons[i].setActionCommand("kp" + (i + 1) + ".wav");
     choices.add(buttons[i]);//go through checkboxs and add them to choices
}

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Question by:Drop_of_Rain
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Yes, I dont see any problems, just dont forget to declare JButton buttons, because
your codes will not work if its not declared.

Hope that helps . . .
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Thanks for the help and answer,
Christopher
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http://javatm.4t.com

Always glad to help . . .
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