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creating controls at run time

 
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i want to create a componets in swing at run time as control array.

Button b[]=new button[10];

will this work?

how can i change the number of elements in array at run time.

if possible can u demonstarte with an example code.please


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Welcome to JavaRanch!

Certainly you can use an array to hold references to things like buttons. To set the number of elements at runtime, just pass that number as a variable...

JButton[] myButtons = new JButton[numberOfButtons];

Note, however, that once an array is instantiated, it cannot be resized. For that flexibility, you need something like an ArrayList.

Here's an example in which the command line argument specifies the number of buttons at runtime...

[ March 16, 2006: Message edited by: marc weber ]
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