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Can I have two inner classes which extends SwingWorker class.

krishna Karthikk
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Hi everybody, I am learning how to use SwingWorker class. I have a GUI which will be asking the user for a password. The same GUI can be used to change the password also. The password is stored in a text file. When ever the user press the login button an inner class which extends SwingWorker class is called.

Now if I want to change the password I again want to call another inner class which extends the SwingWorker class. Can I do like this?

Thank you all in advance.


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Vijitha Kumara
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It shouldn't be a problem having two inner classes extends from the same class, after all they are distinct inner classes.


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krishna Karthikk
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Hi Vijitha, thank you for the reply.
 
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