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I have designed a UI class which has a "BACK" JButton in it.
I want to know how to Handle the Action Event when the JButton is pressed, - I mean to say,
Should I have to instantiate the previous class
each time the "BACK" button is pressed to get back to the previous screen.
Any replies would be greatly appreciated.
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