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Hi, I am trying to write an application which resembles a users bank account. So to start the app I need the user to enter how much they would like to open the account with. I am using the JOptionPane to create a dialog box where the user enters the amount. I am setting this as "input" os my code looks like this: String input input = JOptionPane.showDialogBox("How much would you like to open you account with"); Now the problem I am having and the question I have is how can I store this info in another class. I have created another class that defines what an Account is, I want to pass this information to that class so I can use it in the methods of that class. Do I create a new object of the Account and call the methods from that object and pass the value of "input", all within the same class where I have my Dialog box or can do I call that "getBalance" accessor method that I have created in the Account class, in on of my Account counstructor methods, and when I go to create a Account object I pass the value of "input" then? Does this make sense?