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Alan Green
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I am having trouble with my action command. I am trying to use get.Source to activate the generation of the numbers when i hit play. Is there an easy way of doing this. Thanx..

 
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Why do you keep asking Swing questions in other forums besides the Swing forum?
I moving this thread to Swing. Please pay close attention to what forums you are posting questions in. You will get faster, better help by doing so.
 
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no problem
 
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Thanks for changing your name!!
As to your question. event returns an object. In your case, that object would be a JButton more than likely. So what you need to do is possibly something like...

or you could do

Either way, you are going to need to make your playButton public for this class so it can be used in your actionPerformed method.
Hope that helps.
 
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