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How to trigger a mouse event with out MouseListener

 
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Hi

Is there any way to trigger any MouseLister callback methods (mouseClieked(), mousePressed(), etc ...) without MouseListener ?

OR
Can I call mouseClicked(MouseEvent e) method manually ? If YES, how can I pass the MouseEvent ?

Can any one please help me ?

Thanks in advance

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Varatharuban
 
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I guess you're talking about Swing ? On which component do you want to do that ? Some components, like JButton, have a doClick() method to simulate a mouse click.
 
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Yes. This is based on JApplet.
But I have to generate or call that mouseClicked() event without any mouse events.
Can I generate the same method using programming, with out event ?

Thanks
 
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You could call dispatchEvent(AWTEvent e) and pass it a MouseEvent.
 
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