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I've got a comboBox and a label. Once I click a selection in the comboBox, the event sets a value to a String. I'd like to display that String in my label once the item is chosen from the comboBox. Does anyone know the code to assign my value to the label to display it?
 
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That system out I call at the very end of the event method does display the correct value. I just need to get it in the label.
 
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Doh, nevermind. I found it.

I guess just asking helps you more than you would think.
 
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