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Gurpreet Saini
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Joined: Jun 09, 2002
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Hi reader,
I would like to take opinions from all of you guys. Is the GUI should me made that it is so feasible for the user to keep on clicking the button in order to produce the same window for the purpose of fun (Unneccessary instantiating of the class). That is to say windows will be instantiated every time when the user clicks the button on main user GUI interface. Don't you think that this thing is to be checked. Like for example if one window is activated and if user tries to activate that same window again then excxeption should be thrown for informing the user that window is already activated. But if the user closes that window and again tries to activate then window should again be visible or activated .
What do you guys think ?.Comment on it.
Thank you,
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
subject: GUI Handling .
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