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OOP Modeling - Separate GUI from implementaion-How to refer to class where have more than one method

 
Nicol Green
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Hi!

I have a problem with class modeling (again ) I have a class where GUI is implemented. On encryption button I want to do playfair encryption and for example Vigenere encryption. I have a separate Playfair class (contains from a few methods), but how do I implement it on the button action event ?
 
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Could you edit your subject line to more accurately represent your question? Explaining your question or remark briefly on the subject line allows us to know what we are getting into, and if we will be able to help.

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Sorry..
I hope that now title is better named.
Thanks for a tip.
 
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You put the code into the actionPerformed(ActionEvent) method of your listener. I'm not sure why it makes a difference how many methods some class makes, so maybe you could clarify your question, if that wasn't the answer to it.
 
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I have class with GUI implemented and there I have a 3 text area (for plainText, for keyword and for cipherText)encryption button.
I would like to implement Playfair and Vigenere cipher on on click event.
But Playfair and Vigenere are separated classes, with a few methods.
How do I do that connection between them ? Classes follows:





 
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