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I am having the problem of an actionListener duplicating, or perhaps an error in my code. When ther user clicks the arrow_left1 button it move nodes from one tree into the another. When they click the save1 button it saves the current information. The problem comes when I try moving stuff over after I have saved the information. For some reason it duplicates itself. The first time I click save it duplicates once, the second time...twice etc....

relevant code is below....
//if save button is pressed
save1.addActionListener(new java.awt.event.ActionListener() {
public void actionPerformed(java.awt.event.ActionEvent event) {


Output:
got here
got here

On one click of arrow_left1 after saving got here is printed out twice... Any reason why it would be doing that?
 
Casen Densmore
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Ya....it was just bad programming.....
 
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