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modifying code generated through UI Designer of Visual Midlet in NetBeans

 
Biju Gopinathan
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hi friends

is there any way to modify code generated through UI Designer in Visual Midlet while using NetBeans
thanks in advance
 
Gokmen Doguturk
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I think there is no way to modifying generated code by Visual Midlet in NetBeans so I prefer create a MIDlet.

have a nice day
 
saad sal
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You could edit it externally by opening the .java file in notepad or any other external editor. But be careful, this may give rise to a lot of errors, so backup your code before doing so.
 
Martin Ryzl
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If you are using NB 5.0 it is possible to include additional code - IDE leaves space within guarded blocks - basically it is possible to invoke specific code before and after initialization of components, command transitions, etc.
 
Syam Sathyan George
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Hey Biju u heard them, i do the same thing after doing all flow and GUI design you can modify it outside with textpad and save.
But if u edit it again inside form editor i think your modified code or the old code anything(mostly modified code) will be replaced with NB code.
 
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