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I need to create a dialog [yes/no], on click of yes exit application. Could anyone show an example. Need very fast help. Thanks.
 
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You would just create a JOPTIONPANE. When the user clicks on YES, you could call "System.exit(0)" just like you would if you were closing the window by click the window manager exit button at the top right of the window (top left if you use Mac OS X).
I know this isn't an example, but the code for it is rather simple. Just pull out a swing book and look up JOPTIONPANE.
 
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Thanks. It works.

Originally posted by Michael Szul:
You would just create a JOPTIONPANE. When the user clicks on YES, you could call "System.exit(0)" just like you would if you were closing the window by click the window manager exit button at the top right of the window (top left if you use Mac OS X).
I know this isn't an example, but the code for it is rather simple. Just pull out a swing book and look up JOPTIONPANE.


 
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