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1)
I want to populate a JComboBox with integer data from a for loop.
e.g
for(int day =1; day <= 31; day++)
{
comboDay = new JComboBox(day);
}
To my understanding, the argument should be of type string.
How do I do that.
2) When using Applets, getAppletContext().showStatus() is used to display data at the bottom of the Applet. How can this be achieved using Frames.
 
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1) The static method String.valueOf(int) will convert an int into a String; there are overloaded versions of this method for all the Java primitive types.
The "for" loop you've shown will create 31 combo boxes, which I don't think is what you want; you could do something like this instead:

2) If you add a JLabel to the bottom of your JFrame, then calling thatLabel.setText() will be roughly equivalent to calling showStatus() in an applet.
 
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Hi,
In the first case, try this one:
Interger dag;
for(int day=1; day<=31; day++)
{
dag = new Interger(day);
comboDay = new JComboBox(dag.toString());
}
 
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Hi Patrick,
1) The argument to JComboBox should not be of type string - rather it should be an Object.
2) I use to add a Panel with Bevel Border containing a Label(static variable), to the SOUTH of the Frame - the label is to show the messages.
 
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