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hello Mr friedMan,
first thank you for your answer!but I had a problrm too.
for more details I have a textarea , a textfield and a button .
the button is to run a file.clp,which means when I click on it : I "batch " the file.clp,the "watch all" then "reset" and finally "run" it.
my file .clp is the example(sticks.clp) which is in jess/examples directory.
and the textArea is for output and the textfield is for input!
when I click on the button the execution starts normally,but it needs data to be entered as an answer of question for example yhe first qestion that appears in the textAres is :Who moves first (Computer: c Human: h)?
and I can't enter my answer in the textField.
I have done what yo said to me(add an action listner to a textfield .but I the reslt was the same!!!
must I add an action Listner to the button or what must I add?


waiting for your answer!!!
thanks.
luyza!


 
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I suspect that you've called run() directly from the event handler for the button, which prevents the GUI from handling any more events until run() returns. You need to spawn a separate thread from the button's event handler and run Jess from there.

Note that this isn't a Jess issue at all; this is just how you write Java GUIs.
 
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