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    Jcbconway is offline Senior Member
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    Default JText area help?

    Ok, so my problem earlier was solved, and now, i am trying to find out if there is a way to use int's (integers) and display them opposed to displaying strings? so, TF.setText("Hello"); that would print hello, but is there a way to do something like TF.setText(number); where number is int number = 5; so it would print 5?

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    See the Integer class for methods to convert int values to Strings.
    There is a trick that will have the compiler do it for you. Code ""+99 to create a String: "99"

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