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hashmap to public in NetBeans

 
M. Ardevol
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taking a look at the hashmap class I knew it is indeed declared as a public class.


I weren't able to access a created hashmap from the inside of a private void.

Tried to create a public class that extends Hashmap but with any fixing effect.


¿Any clue?

I want to make a public Hashmap or a Extended Class of a Hashmap.
but I need to be able to see a hasmap inside an event-generated-process (private).


take it easy, thanks
 
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Not Swing related, so moving to the beginner forum.

And while you're at it, please read your private messages.
 
M. Ardevol
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Rob Prime wrote:Not Swing related, so moving to the beginner forum.

And while you're at it, please read your private messages.




I'm not a begginer but a newbie.

So ¿where is it that begginers forum you moved me to? just to find it.
 
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M. Ardevol wrote:I'm not a begginer but a newbie.

So ¿where is it that begginers forum you moved me to? just to find it.
The forum is called beginners. And here it is.
 
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Can you explain in more details, perhaps with some code examples, exactly what the problem is? The way you described it above is hard to understand...
 
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