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hi all..
i have one Frame with menu bar which opens one internal frame and when that internal frame executed it openas Another Frame , so i wanted to know is there any way that i can open the new JFrame in that only....

please let me know
thank you...
 
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Are you going to cross-post this same question all over the internet?
 
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Sorry for that but i was in urgent ...
Please can you solve my query...
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Originally posted by kirtesh jain:
Sorry for that but i was in urgent ...
Please can you solve my query...
thank you...



If I helped I'd have no way of knowing if someone else gave you the same solution in one of your many cross-posts, and I for one do not like wasting my free time with futile tasks. Next time I recommend you post in one and only one forum.
 
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We don't prohibit posts in other websites, but as you can see, it is by no means a good idea. If you do post twice, you should always make people (on both websites) aware of that fact. You are however increasing the risk that nobody will answer. And calling your posts urgent is also counter-productive.
 
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