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To make JApplet repaint

maja neskovic
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On my JApplet I have one JTextArea. I also have variable counter. I would like to display different text on JTextArea for different values of variable counter.

For example, if counter is 5, to display "You are on 5th assignment".

I have written code for that, but my JAplet does not repaint. How to set that?
Lester Burnham
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That's impossible to say without seeing the code.
maja neskovic
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Here is the code:


It works this way, I think I made it.

Greetings!
Lester Burnham
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Glad to hear you got it to work. Note that instead of "TestAplet.this.repaint()" you can just write "repaint()".
Rob Camick
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You don't even need the repaint() method.

Swing components are smart enough to repaint themselves automatically when the value of a property (like setText) is changed.
maja neskovic
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OK. Thank you
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
 
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