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Acheiving Focus using EnterKey

 
Udaya Bascar
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In my Application there are 5 text fields
if i press enter key on first text field i want
the control transfer to 2nd text field
not using tab
i have used key listener for trapping enter key
and the Component is JTextField
 
Chris Shepherd
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When you trap the enter key, check which text field it was recieved from and then have the next field request the key focus.
Or if you will be using fields like this alot and want this feature, subclass the JTextField and include a field that knows the next component you want to receive the keyfocus. Then when you "enter", the current component knows who to tell to request the keyfocus without external coding...
 
Udaya Bascar
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my code
JTextField jtf1,jtf2;
jtf1=new JTextField();
jtf2=new JTextField();
jtf1.addKeyListener(new KeyAdapter()
{
public void keyTyped(KeyEvent e)
{
if ( e.getKeyCode() == 10 )
{
jtf2.requestFocus();
}
}
});
its ok
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
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