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KeyAdapter Problem, With Source Code  RSS feed

 
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OK, here is the same problem but with a simple example to demonstrate the problem. If you run this program, you will find that ONLY "FrameListener: keyPressed" is displayed. "PanelListener: keyPressed" is never displayed, but I would like it to be.

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Ah yes, note that the call to "super.keyPressed(KeyEvent evt)" is not necessary. I just forgot to remove it.
 
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