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Buffered Image to ImageIcon

Posted on 2004-10-03
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Hi all,
how can I turn a BufferedImage to an ImageIcon?

I have printed screen, within a certain area, and I want to apply that Bufferend Image to a JButton, but it would seem that I need to make it an ImageIcon.. how can I cast between them?

Thanks!
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ImageIcon icon = new ImageIcon(bufferedImage);
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Excellent, thanks alot CEHJ. :)
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