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- 01-16-2009, 01:30 AM #1Member
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I would use listeners here such as a ChangeListener or even pass an ActionListener from one class to the other.
But before doing that, think whether you truly want two JFrames here. Most Swing apps have only one JFrame, the main frame, and then if other windows are needed they use dialogs such as a JDialog.
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