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    Default Storing data in Array List

    Hello!!

    I would really appreciate it if I can get some help with this...

    I have a simple program that I already wrote the code for (attached). In the program I choose a shape from a list of shapes and I can change its colorr, move it around and make it bigger and smaller. I am now supposed to add a store button. When store is button is pressed it should store the currently selected shapes etc. in an ArrayList

    I attached the code and in the beginning I included a more detailed description of what the program does and what I am supposed to do.

    Please take a look and tell me how this should be done.

    I understand that I will need to create a new class and declare the array list in it or something of the sort but not so sure how to go around it.

    Thank you!!!
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    Default Re: Storing data in Array List

    You abandoned the first thread you started, without replying to JosAH's response. Why should we expect anything different here?

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    Default Re: Storing data in Array List

    Hello,
    I said in the question:
    -The class is not abstract and does not override abstract method stateChanged in ChangeListener (I need the interface ChangeListener for my slider!)
    -Method setColor(java.awt.Color) has not been declared (not sure how/what I should declare)
    & he replied:
    - implement the stateChanged( ... ) method in your class because it promised to be a ChangeListener (declared by the interface).
    - define a method setColor( ... )

    His response was very brief and mostly what I mentioned in the question. I was going to reply asking if he can elaborate but I figured it out shortly after. I'm sorry for "abandoning" it, didn't realize this was a big deal. Well, I should've thanked him...
    I must say this was a very strange response from you, took me by surprised
    If you can help me with this that would be great
    Thanks in advance!
    Last edited by bluej; 01-30-2012 at 05:27 AM.

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