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    Default Checking if a button was pressed in a Window.

    I have created an input dialog window that has an OK button to submit information and a cancel button to close the dialog window. I want to know, how do I add an event to the cancel button so when its clicked it goes to one of my if statements that I have in my program?

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    There are several ways to solve this. One way is to give the class that holds the buttons a return value field as well as a getter method. After the dialog returns, query the getter method. I sometimes do this and use an int and borrow the constants from JOptionPane.

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    wow, without a working sample is very hard to explain how to do it. I can tell you how to do it, but that wouldn't be much of help.

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