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Dual inputs in JOptionPane ( Is it possible)?  RSS feed

 
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Hi all,
I was wondering is it possible for there to be 2 input boxes in one JOptionPane?

This Displays 1 input box but can I have two?
e.g.

Is it possible?
Thanks loads in advance
Thanks Joe Kane
 
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Sure, check out this method.

Make your Object[] JTextField objects.

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Moving to Swing forum.
 
joe kane
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Thanks for that, but I am a noob to Java and do not fully understand your code,
where do I put the "inputDialog" etc...
Message Box
___________________________________________
First Name: [____]
Second Name: [____]
___________________________________________
with an information message, how would I doo this?
Thanks in advance Joe Kane
 
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If you are a noob, check out the Java Tutorial. Tons of great examples, like this section on How to Make Dialogs
[ April 08, 2004: Message edited by: Joe Ess ]
 
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Sorry buddy, I am wrong...
The JavaDocs suggest (at least to me) that you can pass whatever Component type you want and it will lay it out for you. From the JavaDocs: " It is up to the UI to decide how best to represent the selectionValues, but usually a JComboBox, JList, or JTextField will be used." However when I tried the sample code below, you get a combo box instead of 2 text fields. I would suggest using a JDialog instead and creating your own dialog from scratch. This method would not have worked anyway, because you probably want to have a label next to each edit field, and there is no way to do that here. Again, sorry for being misleading. Hope this helps!
Barry
 
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