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akash shrimali
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how to edit the generated code of NETBEANS IDE ??
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Please KeepItDown


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akash shrimali
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doesnt got you , when we make JFRAME AND DESIGN a frame and then we want to edit the source code generated for labels , button , it is not performed !!
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Moving to IDEs. And Bear asked you to KeepItDown - don't use all uppercase words when not needed.


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akash shrimali
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Rob Prime wrote:Moving to IDEs. And Bear asked you to KeepItDown - don't use all uppercase words when not needed.


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You can't edit the generated source code manually. You can only use the visual tool within NetBeans itself to generate the source code for you.


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