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    I am trying to save the contents of a JFrame to a file so I can access in an event.
    Any ideas?

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    You can use the Serializable interface and the ObjectInputStream (Output) classes. Or you can simply use FileWriter to write String representations of your data to a file.

    Either way try googling an IO tutorial.

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    I would take the information you want to save and print/write it to a text file.

    Java Code:
    public void addUser() throws IOException
        {
         if (usern.equals(null))
         usern = getUser();
    
        NamesOutput.println(usern);
        NamesOutput.close();
        }
    The getUser() method being the return method which returns the values from the JFrame. You would have to do this for each variable/item individually though. Unless they are supposed to be in a group.
    Like... DataOutput.println(usern +" "+ userj);

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