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OOP Form (Urgent)

 
Sebastian Green
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Hello, Im having a really hard time getting my Application going with display. What I want to do is simply if a Command is pressed, Then i want to a Form to be displayed. In the new Form I want to be able to append TextFields etc. I would prefer that the Form is located in an external class-file (like FormMildet.java). Something like this
and FormMildet.java looks like something like this

Problem is I cant get the new form to be dispalyed. And if get it to be displayed (proboely the wrong way), Im always getting some error when I try to append a TextField. Can anyone help me perhaps?
[ April 30, 2004: Message edited by: Sebastian Green ]
 
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If you do

what kind of errors are you seeing?
 
Sebastian Green
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Then Im getting the famous "cannot resolve symbol".. Strange... Im getting the same error using Im ony getting it to work when i use this Where MainForm is an form with public rights in the MyForm-class. This inst a OOP solution. But even then when I try to appand TextFields to MainForm Im getting error when launching that section of the application, no compiler error.. Im getting this error Any ideas?
[ May 01, 2004: Message edited by: Sebastian Green ]
[ May 01, 2004: Message edited by: Sebastian Green ]
 
Sebastian Green
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Never mind my problems with Textfields. To make short story shorter, my bad! But Im still having problems with displaying my external Form.
 
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The method 'getDisplay' is a static method of the class 'Display' - you don't need to call it through an object reference. So:

is correct.
Perhaps this makes things a little clearer:
 
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