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How to handle cut/copy/paste events on TextField

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How to handle cut/copy/paste events on TextField or JTextField??

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Sudhakar
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add a DocumentListener to the document of the JTextField.
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yourTextField.getDocument().addDocumentListener( ... );

and your listener has:

- void changedUpdate(DocumentEvent e) : Gives notification that an attribute or set of attributes changed          (=replaced)
- void insertUpdate(DocumentEvent e) : Gives notification that there was an insert into the document                (=paste or simple typing)
- void removeUpdate(DocumentEvent e) : Gives notification that a portion of the document has been removed   (=Cut)



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Okay,
I will look into them.

How to work with Textfield??
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Ok I get idea to work with TextField. I need to use TextListener

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