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Adding Submenu to JMenuItem.

 
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Hello, I having trouble finding out how to attached submenu to the JMenuItem "Global" with text such as "Max,Min,Sum" as shown on the taken picture. Any idea how the code is for this one?

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Global shouldn't be a JMenuItem but a JMenu instead. That one has methods to add more JMenuItems. And remember, JMenu extends JMenuItem.

Moving to Swing.
 
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Thanks a lot I manged to get this working.
 
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