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Get ClickHandler for different Buttons

Posted on 2013-05-21
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Hello there,

I have 1 button and my code looks like this.

createUser.addClickHandler(onClickHandler);

private ClickHandler onClickHandler = new ClickHandler() {
            public void onClick(ClickEvent event) {
}
};

now I want to add 2 more buttons to this clickhandler. how can I do it

cheers
Zolf
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Just add the same ClickHandler to the other buttons, ie.

otherButton1.addClickHandler(onClickHandler);
otherButton2.addClickHandler(onClickHandler);
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