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how to run other java program with Jbuttons

 
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i have 2 java program the first java program is main menu of my program. the 2nd is Calculator.

#1 Program: Main Menu



#2 program: Calculator



in the main menu there is a Jbuttons. is there a way to run the #2 program: Calculator when the 1st Jbutton(Calculator button) clicked ?
 
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Yes you create an instance of Calculator and call it's launchFrame method. BTW why is your first program Swing based and the second AWT, it's generally not a good idea to mix the two together.
Another thing is I'd rewrite the Calculator class so that it extends JPanel and doesn't create a frame in the constructor. Then whoever constructs the class has the choice of whether to display the Calculator in a frame, a dialog or embed it in their own GUI.
 
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