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popup a list of buttons of clicking JButton

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I want a list of JButtons to popup on pressing a JButton.

Something like a menu ..

How can I do that ...?
(it is too much to ask but still if some one can give some code snippet .. that will be a good start for me :(  )

thanks in advance
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Just add a load of buttons to a JPanel and add that to a JDialog
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how about a JMenu ?

I can trying to lay them out in some fancy way (as in not just a list ..may me like buttons in a circle) can you please suggest something.. or is it impossible or very complicated to do ?
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Well a JMenu would be easier ;)
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