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JAVA:  How to combine  inpts from CheckBox listeners, RadioBox listeners and Button Listeners?

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Dear experts:

I have three different types of listeners : 1) Radio Button listeners (2) Check Box listeners (3) Button listeners, in addition to Text Fields.

I need to combine the inputs and selections from the objects and compute.

How to combine and compute?

I know how to compute in an individual listener class.

Thank you very much in advance!
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Question by:duta
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by:duta
ID: 24011652
For instance,  radio button has two choices:  (1)  1 topping ($1.5)  (2_  2 toppings ($3)   (3) 3 toppings ($5)
                      check boxes  has three choices: (1)  vegie pizza ($9)  (2) thick-pan pizza ($9)  (3)  Italian      pizza ($11)
                     text fields takes  quantity of order

I would like to compute total amount of each order.

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by:fsze88
ID: 24011664
um... try to implements WindowListener,ActionListener
and add
public void actionPerformed(ActionEvent e) {
//  somethings what you needs
//  you can do something for each object by         e.getClass().getName();,         e.getSource();
}
example http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/uiswing/events/actionlistener.html

or calling same void from each listener
JCheckBox.addActionListener( new ActionListener() { public void actionPerformed( ActionEvent ae ) { same_ActionPerformed( ae ); } } );
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by:duta
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I already know how to create and register the listeners.

What I would like to know is:
how to compute the user inputs collected by the three different listener classes.

For instance, (from my earlier post),  a client chose two toppings (from Radio Button listener),  vegie pizza (from Check Boxes),  3 pizzas (from Text Field ).

Where and how may I combine and compute  the client's order?   In one of the three listener classes?

Thanks!
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by:duta
ID: 24011759
My question is:

How to get access from  ButtonListner)  to RadioButton Listner or CheckBox Listener?

Thanks!
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by:objects
ID: 24011931
you don't need to collect the inputs in your listener as you listener can simply get the gui control status directly from the control.
for example if it needs the state of a checkbox, you just get it directly from the checkbox

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by:duta
ID: 24011970
Savant, thank you very much.

I have a situation similar to the following scenario:
________________________________________
For instance,  radio button has two choices:  (1)  1 topping ($1.5)  (2_  2 toppings ($3)   (3) 3 toppings ($5)
                      check boxes  has three choices: (1)  vegie pizza ($9)  (2) thick-pan pizza ($9)  (3)  Italian      pizza ($11)
                     text fields takes  quantity of order

I would like to compute total amount of each order.
__________________________________________________________

I need to compute the invoice amount.

How can I make the computation from the user  pressing the radio button, check box?

Thanks a lot!
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objects earned 2000 total points
ID: 24011992

be something like:

if (rb1.isSelected()) cost += 1.5;
else if (rb2.isSelected()) cost += 3;
else if (rb3.isSelected()) cost += 45;

if (cb1.isSelected()) cost += 9;
if (cb2.isSelected()) cost += 9;
if (cb3.isSelected()) cost += 11;

cost *= Integer.parseInt(quantityField.getText());

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by:duta
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Thank you so much, Savant!
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